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Never asked for votes for myself but for party, will work to develop Delhi: Kiran Bedi

ANI | 24 Jan 2015, 03:22 am
New Delhi, Jan 23 (ANI): While addressing party workers in Krishna Nagar, BJP's chief ministerial candidate for Delhi, Kiran Bedi on Thursday said that she had never asked for votes for herself but for the party. Bedi said that the BJP is the umbrella and the party leaders are just offshoots under the same. She also assured the people that she will continue to work for the development of Delhi. She said that in order to develop India, the national capital needs to evolve first.

Never asked for votes for myself but for party, will work to develop Delhi: Kiran Bedi

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