AAP`s move to take Congress` support for forming govt unethical: BJP

A day after several Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) legislators proposed forming government with the help of Congress support, BJP leader Dr Harsh Vardhan called the move unethical.

Zee Media Bureau/ Neha Attre

New Delhi: Delhi BJP leader Dr Harsh Vardhan on Sunday termed Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party`s reported move to take support of the Congress to form government in the national capital as “unethical”.

“There is nothing more unethical that AAP is thinking of forming a government in Delhi with the support of rejected Congress,” he was quoted as saying.

"They are allying with Congress for the sake of power. This will prove as the last nail in their coffin," Harsh Vardhan said, as per ANI news report.

Meanwhile, the BJP has called for fresh Assembly elections in Delhi.
“There is nothing more unethical that AAP is thinking of forming a government in Delhi with the support of rejected Congress,” he was quoted as saying.

Around 20 AAP MLAs had proposed forming a government with the support of Congress during party`s internal meeting in the national capital yesterday .

They also blamed Kejriwal`s resignation earlier this year as the reason behind the party`s poor performance in the Lok Sabha polls.

AAP had made a smashing debut in the Assembly elections last year by winning 28 out of the total 70. It fell short of majority but later formed the government taking the outside support of Congress, which had won eight seats.

However, the tenure of the Kejriwal government was short-lived and it resigned 49 days later over its failure to pass the Jan Lokpal Bill in Delhi Assembly.

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