As Narendra Modi shown door, Arvind Kejriwal saunters into Wharton India Economic Forum
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Activist-turned-politician and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convener Arvind Kejriwal is all set to speak in place of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi at the Wharton India Economic Forum.
"The invite came a few days back. However, since Arvind's fast starts the same day, he is going to address the meet through video conferencing," said AAP sources.
They said talks had been on with the university authorities about Kejriwal's participation for the last few days and his invite was not a last-minute after thought.
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