AAP like an item girl, Rakhi Sawant can govern better than Kejriwal: Uddhav Thackeray
Zee Media Bureau
Mumbai: Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray hit out at the Aam Aadmi Party on Friday and termed its dharna in Delhi an `act of madness`.
In a stinging editorial in the party mouthpiece `Saamana`, Uddhav compared AAP to a item girl and said that Rakhi Sawant can govern better than Arvind Kejriwal.
Reacting to Thackeray`s comments, Rakhi said, “Whatever Uddhavji has said is correct.” Talking to a news channel, she also expressed her views on Arvind Kejriwal, she said, “The people of Delhi ave voted Kejriwal to power, he should work for the people and fulfil the promises he made to them and not come on the streets and interfere in law. What he is doing is not right”
Targeting the AAP, Thackeray said that there is no difference between the Aam Aadmi Party and other political parties.
Thackeray called AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal`s dharna, demanding suspension of policemen and control of the Delhi Police, an act of madness, adding that this madness has now even upset the aam aadmi.
The Sena chief had earlier this month also criticised the AAP convenor of taking support of the corrupt Congress to win the vote of confidence in the Delhi assembly.
"If he now talks about sweeping out corruption with his `broom` (Aam Aadmi Party symbol), he would be considered a hypocrite," Thackeray had said.
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