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All politicians aren’t corrupt, some work for all: Kejriwal

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New Delhi, Jan 18, 2020 –

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said that all politicians were not corrupt and that there was a new breed of well educated, young, and honest ones who work on real issues for all irrespective of caste or religion.

“All politicians are not corrupt. Now, there is a new breed of well educated, young, dynamic, honest n patriotic politicians who work for Education, Health, electricity, water and overall development of the country. These new politicians work for all irrespective of caste or religion,” he said in a tweet.

His reaction came on a tweet from a celebrity radio jockey (RJ) who said almost all politicians were corrupt.

“The degree varies. But some have poisonous, divisive, destructive intentions. They are the real threats to any nation,” the RJ added.  (Agency)

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