Kejriwal’s Response to ‘U-Turn’ Statements, Accuses Congress of Helping BJP

Kejriwal’s Response to ‘U-Turn’ Statements, Accuses Congress of Helping BJP

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In the Lok Sabha Elections 2019, Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal has targeted Congress president Rahul Gandhi over the alliance between the Aam Aadmi Party and the Congress. Kejriwal has said that there was no wish of the alliance with Congress Party’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Kejriwal accused Rahul Gandhi that his party was helping BJP by distributing anti-Modi votes in UP and other states. Kejriwal also responded to Rahul Gandhi’s tweet in which he accused Kejriwal of taking a U-turn.

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Kejriwal, while targeting Rahul Gandhi, said that there is no wish of your coalition, you are just showing off.

Let me tell you that Congress President Rahul Gandhi gave a direct response to the news of coalition alliance in Delhi on Monday. Rahul Gandhi on Monday tweeted about coalition alliance in Delhi. While tweeting Rahul Gandhi, “Our doors are still open for the coalition. But Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal has taken another U-turn. Congress ready to give four seats to AAP Time is running out.”

AAP Rebuts Congress

At the same time, AAP leader Sanjay Singh on this matter said that there are 4 MPs and 20 MLAs from AAP in Punjab but Congress does not want to give a single seat here. Even in Haryana where the Congress is not a MP, she does not want to give Aam Aadmi Party a seat. At the same time, Congress has no MPs and MLAs in Delhi, Congress wants us three seats. Sanjay Singh said that there is such a compromise. Why do not you want to stop the BJP in other states?

Alliance was Placed in Front of Congress, Two Conditions

Let me tell you that the screw is screwed between the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi. Earlier, the Aam Aadmi Party had betrayed the party in coalition with Congress in Delhi saying that the party would elect the electoral alliance with the Congress only when both the parties in Haryana and Chandigarh contest elections together. Party sources had said that the Congress leadership has been given two conditions by AAP. The first condition is that with Congress in Delhi and Haryana, Congress should support the demand for full state status.

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