AAP draws flak, ridicule over infighting
AAP Saturday drew flak over the infighting from other parties which asked it to put its house in order and focus on delivering on its election promises made to the people of Delhi.
New Delhi: AAP Saturday drew flak over the infighting from other parties which asked it to put its house in order and focus on delivering on its election promises made to the people of Delhi.
Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi said it is the people of Delhi who are suffering the most due to the AAP's internal turmoil.
"First AAP should set its house in order and start delivering in Delhi. That is our concern, Delhi citizens' concern and Delhi community's concern. And this kind of laundering goes on in open spectacle every day... Then I think Delhi is the biggest sufferer," Singhvi said, adding the allegations and counter allegations by rival factions in Aam Aadmi Party are "extremely serious".
BJP said AAP should not lose the opportunity with its "immature" politics and should deliver on the poll promises made to the people of Delhi.
"The promises which AAP and its leaders have made with public, they must fulfil them," Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said.
Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and National Conference leader Omar Abdullah took a dig at AAP saying it was becoming more like "older parties".
"To think that commentators were actually advising older political parties to be more like #AAP seems #AAP has decided to be more like us :-) (sic)," Abdullah said in his tweet.
The AAP's National Council today expelled Yadav and Bhushan from the party's powerful National Executive for their alleged anti-party activities.