V K Singh, Bedi Should Be Invited to Join BJP: Swamy
By PTI | Published: 10th January 2014 12:23 PM |
BJP leader Subramanian Swamy said former Army chief Gen V K Singh and Anna Hazare's aide Kiran Bedi should be invited to join the party, a day after the former IPS officer endorsed party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.
"We should invite Kiran Bedi & Gen Singh to join BJP," Swamy tweeted.
We should invite Kiran Bedi & Gen Singh to join BJP— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) January 10, 2014
Bedi, who had yesterday endorsed the BJP's prime ministerial candidate, today again praised Modi.
"I am looking for somebody, who could lead this country or a party, which can provide stability. My support to Modi is for strong united and stable government," she said.
She also sought to dispel the view that the agitation of India Against Corruption was against both Congress and BJP saying, "No, it was not against BJP. This is a wrong impression. It was only against the scams of the Congress. BJP was not in the government.
"It was against scams like coalgate, 2G, CWG. It actually started with the CWG. It was against the party in power, which was not giving you the Lokpal bill," she said.
Bedi had yesterday tweeted, "For me it is India First! Stable, Well Governed, Administered, Accountable and Inclusive. As an independent voter, my vote is for NaMo."
She asked where will the countrymen go if the Lok Sabha election results give a hung Parliament.
"In fact the markets are already jittery that it might just bring a hung Parliament. So if you get a hung Parliament, you are going on your decline....the only option we have today is the BJP as a national party because the other national party is Congress, which is the cause of all the scams."
"How do I vote Congress again or even vote any other party. Congress has a very interesting method of coming through backdoor...So I don't even vote for anybody, who I like, respect and appreciate if they are going to be used as tools for the Congress to come through the backdoor." Bedi was alluding to Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party, which has formed a government in Delhi with Congress support and is widely perceived to be having the potential to eat into the votes of BJP in Lok Sabha polls.