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Arvind Kejriwal: 'Indians are not allowed to prosper in their own country'

25 February 2014 Last updated at 05:09 GMT

India could break apart if it doesn't tackle corruption in its political system Arvind Kejriwal, the leader of India's newest party, has told the BBC.

Earlier this month, he resigned as chief minister of Delhi in protest at what he says was the blocking of his anti-corruption reforms and is now leading his Aam Aadmi party's (AAP) spring election campaign.

He spoke to the BBC's Andrew North.

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