Congress rejects Aam Aadmi Party’s proposal to hold tie-up discussions

Ajay Maken

The Congress-ruled against fashioning any comprehension with the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) after an inside study and counsels at various levels demonstrated that a tie-up could hurt the agendas of the terrific old party in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in the national capital, the party’s Delhi in-control PC Chacko said.

AAP representative Saurabh Bhardwaj reprimanded the Congress for “spreading the talk” that his party was enthusiastic about a union. “Be that as it may later they themselves denied it,” he said. They have zero seats in the gathering. We wish them the same in the 2019 Lok Sabha surveys

The view was embraced by Delhi Congress president Ajay Maken, who asserted that the party “does not have certainty” in the AAP given that main pastor Arvind Kejriwal as of expressed that he will support Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the 2019 Lok Sabha surveys if the central government awards statehood to Delhi.

The Congress is keeping up its separation from the AAP in spite of the suggestion as it thinks about Delhi as an exemption in the resistance’s intends to set up an assembled battle to remove the BJP in the 2019 general decisions, Chacko said.

As per the sources, Congress would like to host a meeting with his senior party leaders like Sheila Dixit, Ajay Maken etc.

“Every one of them was of the view that the Congress should battle the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections in Delhi all alone as there is a force developing the nation over for Rahul Gandhi,” Chacko said.

To support their point, Congress leaders likewise guaranteed that the AAP vote share had declined in recent elections.

Sanjay Kumar, the political expert at Center for Study of Developing Societies (CSDS), stated that going by the current scenarios congress might not get a single seat in upcoming elections.


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