New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party's stupendous win in Delhi is a victory of "anti-BJPism", RSS ideologue M G Vaidya said on Tuesday.
"All anti-BJP parties and groups and groups joined hands in support of AAP and this was the reason for the unexpected results," he said on being asked about the Delhi poll outcome. AAP swept the polls winning 67 of the 70 seats and BJP got a paltry three.
He said this should not be viewed as AAP's win. "This should not be seen as AAP's victory but a win for anti-BJPism. And the face of this is AAP," he said.
Vaidya said AAP's slate was blank now. "What they write on it in the next five years should be the basis for the analysis of this win," he said.