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Congress-AAP alliance will falter, says BJP

Congress-AAP alliance will falter, says BJP

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Tribune News Service

New Delhi, February 23

Reacting to the allegations levied by AAP leaders, Delhi BJP president Virendra Sachdeva underscored the apparent unease displayed by AAP members Saurabh Bharadwaj, Atishi and Sandeep Pathak, suggesting a sense of apprehension regarding potential political ramifications and corruption allegations.

Sachdeva refuted AAP’s accusations of BJP’s supposed intentions to get Arvind Kejriwal arrested. He said: “Kejriwal seems to have forgotten that the Congress, with whom he now plans to form an alliance, saw its leader Ajay Maken submitting the initial written complaint to the L-G regarding the liquor scam.”

Regarding Kejriwal’s alleged efforts to manipulate public sentiment, Sachdeva asserted, “Kejriwal is aware that the alliance is faltering. While they have been speculating about forming alliances since yesterday evening, they are also spreading uncertainty about the possibility of Kejriwal’s arrest to garner sympathy.”

Sachdeva said, “The AAP, steeped in corruption, did not hesitate to label Congress leaders like Arvind Singh Lovely as thieves until recently. Now, they seek to postpone their political decline by seeking support from them.”

Anticipating the outcome of the AAP-Congress alliance, Sachdeva remarked, “Both the AAP and Congress are well aware that their alliance will only last till the declaration of Lok Sabha election results; once defeated, they will part ways.”

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