AAP-Congress Match-Fixing Becoming Increasingly Visible: BJP

Published: 04th January 2014 06:54 PM  |   Last Updated: 04th January 2014 06:54 PM   |  A+A-


BJP today alleged the "match-fixing" between Congress and Aam Admi Party is becoming obvious with each passing day and the ruling party at the Centre is using it's B-team to take on Narendra Modi as it does not have the capacity to face him.      

 "Congress does not have the capacity to take on Modi and reply to his arguments. Hence, it has struck an alliance with Aam Admi Party," BJP spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain said.        

BJP, which is reportedly concerned about the growing popularity of AAP across the country, dismissed Kejriwal's party as one of elites and not the common people. The party claimed AAP and Congress are not a threat.        

"They know Narendra Modi will unfurl the tricolour at Red Fort this Independence day," Hussain said.        

Dismissing AAP, he added "people are fast losing their trust in AAP. Their views have changed not in days but in hours."        

He recalled that while earlier AAP had promised to put Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit in "handcuffs" for her alleged involvement for corruption charges against her government soon after coming to power, they have done nothing.      

"Congress too has failed to carry out its threats against AAP", he added.        

"Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde had announced that the government will probe the source of foreign funding of AAP but is now silent," Hussain said.        

In reply to a question on AAP leader Yogendra Yadav's remarks that his party wants to see Kejriwal as Prime Minister, the BJP leader said "the Indian constitution has given the right to everybody to become the Prime Minister. Every supporter sees his leader as a prospective PM."


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