Taking part in a 'Walk of Hope' event led by Sri M at Ahinsa Sthal in south Delhi, the chief minister alleged that some political parties are working to 'divide the people'.
    
'Today, there are different divisive forces in the country and the politics that is being done today is dividing the people,' Kejriwal said. The Chief Minister said that such strategies are bound to change when 'people reject these political parties'.
    
"We will have to make people aware as we did during the Assembly polls, when people from all religions voted for AAP. "If people strongly say that they will not get divided, these parties will have to change their strategy," he said.
    
67-year-old Sri M, who is leading the 'Walk of Hope' from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, said that the aim of the padyatra is to bring people together irrespective of their caste, creed or social standing.
    
The padyatra will cover 7,500km across 11 states in 500 days with the Delhi-NCR leg to run from February 15 to March 4. The march had started in Kanyakumari on January 12, 2015, with 70 volunteers.

 

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