New Delhi: Taking a jibe at the Congress after Delhi Assembly polls' results, BJP senior leader Subramanian Swamy on Tuesday suggested the former to introspect its own shortcomings before celebrating the defeat of others.
Swamy, who took to Twitter, said, “Amazing that Congressmen instead of introspecting where their vote share disappeared are celebrating BJP's defeat.”
Amazing that Congis instead of introspecting where their vote disappeared are celebrating BJP's defeat!
— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) February 10, 2015
Meanwhile, speaking exclusively to Zee News, Swamy said that the party will do introspection in the national executive meeting.
“We did not make any strategy against Congress' vote bank shifting to AAP. One must see that wherever we have faced defeat, it was with less margin. We must hold discussion with our workers to introspect our defeat,” he further added.
Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP has scripted history as the party has won 67 seats in the 70-member Assembly while its nearest rival BJP could only bag 3 seats.
The Congress, which ruled Delhi for 15 years till 2013, has been decimated in the election.
Earlier while referring Kejriwal as Naxalite, Swamy had said that the latter would leave office within a year even if his party emerges victorious in the Delhi Assembly polls.
"The exit polls might state that Kejriwal will win the Delhi elections but he is a Naxalite type of a person. All of his colleagues are associated with the Naxalite movement and thus they will be unable to run the government. I think that within one year, you will see that he will be finished," Swamy had told ANI here.
(With Agency inputs)