AAP not going to stay for long: BJP leader VK Malhotra
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Last Updated: Saturday, December 21, 2013, 12:41
New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader VK Malhotra said on Saturday that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was not going to last for long as they were neither following the rules of the constitution nor behaving like a political party.

"How can they ask people not to pay the electricity bills? This is not a way to protest. It seems that the AAP do not believe in constitutional laws or democracy. Such a party cannot govern a state," said Malhotra.

"Not even a single person has any political experience. They are just like animals relocated by a tsunami," he added.

He said that the war of words going on between the AAP and the Congress was highly amusing for the nation.

"It's highly amusing for the entire city and the nation. On the one hand, Arvind Kejriwal kept saying that he is not going to take the support of Congress, after swearing on his children, and now there are talks that the AAP might take their support. No decent man would do that," he said.

"But Congress is even worse. They ask the AAP not to test their patience but are supporting them, even after being verbally abused constantly by the AAP,' he added.

In a recent tweet AAP leader Kumar Vishwas had called the Congress a two headed snake. He had also called them cheaters in another tweet.

Asserting that the AAP should place a check their use of abusive language and not test the Congress Party's patience," Delhi unit president Arvinder Singh Lovely had accused the Arvind Kejriwal-led party of running away from its responsibility of forming a government in the national capital.

Talking to the media, Lovely had said that the AAP had got the numbers because of promises made in its manifesto and for talking badly about the Congress.


First Published: Saturday, December 21, 2013, 12:41

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