Jaipur: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Wednesday claimed that Aam Aadmi Party will be confined to Delhi and its popularity graph will start dipping within six months.
"People in Delhi will come to know about the new AAP government's performance and its sustainability in the next six months and it will shrink to its fold," he told reporters here.
The Congress leader today inaugurated NSUI office at University of Rajasthan here.
"AAP will have no impact in politics of Haryana and Rajasthan and Congress will again emerge as an alternative," Hooda claimed.
Recalling UPA government's Land Acquisition Act, Hooda alleged that by making amendment to the act the Modi government was going to "deceive" farmers.
Farmers of Delhi, Rajasthan and Haryana were not happy with the BJP rule as they were not getting actual price of their crop produce, Hooda alleged.
"Rajasthan is in severe grip of swine flu, farmers are not getting urea and water supply," he said and accused Vasundhra Raje government of failing to fulfil promises after coming to power since December 2013.
Hailing NSUI students' union victory in Rajasthan's universities, Hooda said,"the Congress will encourage NSUI youths to join politics and provide them opportunities."
Earlier, speaking at the occasion, Rajasthan PCC chief Sachin Pilot said that it was after 12 years that NSUI has swept the Rajasthan University polls.
NSUI president Rozi M John also addressed the students.