In a swipe at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over a "dirty pamphlet" against the AAP candidate from East Delhi, cricketer-turned-BJP MP Gautam Gambhir Saturday said elections come and go but one cannot afford to lose one's conscience. Gambhir, who defeated AAP's Atishi Marlena from East Delhi, had been accused by AAP leaders of being involved in distribution of "obscene and derogatory" pamphlets against her during election campaign. On Kejriwal, the BJP MP said, "I do not have any words for him if he can level such allegation just to win a seat. You can lose an election and move ahead but how can one face himself after losing his conscience." Elections will come and go, the day "you lose your conscience you lose everything", he added. Gambhir was addressing mediapersons at the BJP's Delhi unit office here along with other newly-elected party MPs' from the national capital. Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari, who defeated Congress candidate Sheila Dikshit by over 3.66 lakh votes, ..