BJP slams Congress-AAP Alliance as “Alliance of the Corrupt”

BJP slams Congress-AAP Alliance as "Alliance of the Corrupt"
BJP slams Congress-AAP Alliance as "Alliance of the Corrupt"
BJP slams Congress-AAP Alliance as "Alliance of the Corrupt"
BJP slams Congress-AAP Alliance as "Alliance of the Corrupt"

BJP slams Congress-AAP Alliance as “Alliance of the Corrupt”

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BJP slams Congress-AAP Alliance as “Alliance of the Corrupt”

In a scathing critique of the seat-sharing pact between the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Congress for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) labeled it as an “alliance of the corrupt.” Union Minister Meenakshi Lekhi, a prominent BJP leader, expressed concerns about the motives behind this coalition.

Political Blame Game: Congress and AAP Point Fingers Amidst Alliance

Union Minister Meenakshi Lekhi accused the Congress and AAP of forming an alliance strategically to shift blame onto each other in the event of losing all seven Lok Sabha seats in the national capital. Lekhi highlighted the historical contradictions between the two parties, referencing instances where AAP leaders, including Arvind Kejriwal, had openly criticized the Congress for corruption.

Allegations of Collaboration: BJP Claims AAP’s Origin Tied to Congress Support

Lekhi asserted that the AAP, initially positioned as an anti-corruption force, was, in fact, propped up by the Congress. She alleged that the AAP’s formation aimed to fragment India’s anti-corruption movement, citing the party’s early use of the broom symbol as evidence of a deeper connection with the Congress. Lekhi argued that the AAP’s roots were entangled with Congress leader Sonia Gandhi.

Failed Political Strategy: BJP Criticizes Alliance’s Lack of Understanding

The BJP leaders criticized the Congress-AAP alliance for its failure to comprehend the political dynamics, both in terms of “arithmetic” and “chemistry.” Lekhi pointed out that even combining their vote shares from the 2019 Lok Sabha elections would not surpass that of the BJP alone. Delhi BJP President Viren Sachdeva characterized the coalition as an amalgamation of two parties known for accusations of corruption, stating, “Birds of a feather flock together.”

The Congress and AAP recently finalized their seat-sharing plans, agreeing to jointly contest Lok Sabha elections in multiple states. While the alliance has set its sights on Delhi, Haryana, Goa, Gujarat, and Chandigarh, the BJP vows to confront this coalition head-on, challenging the unity of two parties that, according to Sachdeva, “looted Delhi” and were preoccupied with proving their alleged thievery.

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