Kejriwal expert in "dumping issues half-way": BJP
New Delhi: Targetting the Aam Admi Party, the BJP Thursday accused Arvind Kejriwal of becoming an expert of "dumping issues half-way" and running away from answering questions.
"Kejriwal is known for dumping things half-way. His IRS (Indian Revenue Service) was dumped half-way. His India Against Corruption (IAC) was dumped half-way. Anna Hazare was dumped half-way. People of Delhi were dumped half-way. Now his candidates from all over the country are also dumped half way," BJP spokesperson Nirmala Sitharaman told reporters here.
"Kejrwial said there are only two constituencies from AAP perspective - Varanasi and Amethi. So what happened to other candidates who are contesting all over the country? He has distanced himself from the rest of the candidates," she said.
Dubbing AAP as "Arvind apna propaganda party", she said "you have given away Jammu and Kashmir in your website. You have dumped people of J&K. Besides dumping of issues, he also ran away from anwering our questions."
Raking up the controversy involving former Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti and his alleged misbehaviour with some African women here, Sitharaman asked for whom did Kejriwal sit on dharna. "He sat on dharna for a person who had misbehaved with women, who misused his official position forcing Delhi police to conduct a raid at midnight," she said.
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