AAP enacting a political drama: BJYM
Udhagamandalam (TN): BJP`s youth wing, Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, on Tuesday accused Aam Aadmi Party of enacting a `political drama` by releasing a list of "corrupt" politicians and announcing to contest against senior party and Congress leaders in the Lok Sabha polls.
Describing the announcement as a `gimmick`, Muruganandam, National Secretary of the BJYM, told reporters here this was only to divert the attention of the public from their "failed" governance.
He said the people expected something good from AAP but they "failed" on all fronts.
"Drawing up the list and announcing to put up candidates against BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and Congress leaders, was a `gimmick` to divert the attention of the dissatisfied public," he said.
He said AAP was also a "corrupt" party as it was running the government with the support of "another corrupt party, the Congress."
Referring to Tamil Nadu, Muruganandam claimed voters were dissatisfied with the rule of ruling AIADMK and also with DMK and added that BJP, which was gaining mass support, was expected to win all the Lok Sabha seats from the state.
Without elaborating, Muruganandam said BJP was gearing up for a "unique" campaign in Tamil Nadu for the Lok Sabha polls, when asked about the plank the party was taking against the sitting DMK MP from Nilgiris, A Raja, former Telecom minister and accused in the 2G spectrum scam.
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