Delhi polls: BJP a sinking ship, says Arvind Kejriwal
AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal on Monday termed BJP as a "sinking ship" that had inducted former cop Kiran Bedi to save its face in the event of a defeat.
New Delhi: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal on Monday termed BJP as a "sinking ship" that had inducted former cop Kiran Bedi to save its face in the event of a defeat.
He said the BJP will lose badly in the upcoming Assembly polls in spite of adopting "gimmicks" everyday to avert its defeat.
"BJP knows that it is going to lose this election very badly and this is why this party has finally roped in Kiran Bedi so that she can be made scapegoat.
"But no one can save this party now. This is a sinking ship and yet a new gimmick is being adopted everyday but the party will lose badly. BJP has now started losing its breath," he said, addressing a rally at Seelampur constituency here.
Kejriwal said that BJP has been baffled by the low turnouts in the rallies that were addressed by its MPs.
"BJP leaders and its pool of 200 MPs have failed to pull the masses in their rallies in Delhi. Even Modi's rally was super flop," he claimed.
Kejriwal also referred to BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj's controversial remarks where he asked Hindu women to have at least four children, saying that the BJP was "running after women".
"Before the election, BJP leaders promised to provide full safety and security to women, but after poll, this party is running after women. They are asking our women to give birth to four children. I ask them, whether our women are child bearing machines?," he said.