Reacting to the recent comment made by Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti on a reporter, after he was asked if he was planning to resign from his post on moral grounds, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Saturday said that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) should maintain some decency and discipline in their party, and that they were behaving like unguided missiles.
“There should be some discipline and manners followed by the AAP. They are behaving like unguided missiles with the kind of language they use and, for the habit of accusing anyone of anything without thinking twice,” said Naqvi.
“They should understand that they cannot behave in this way anymore,” he said.
“Till now the media was giving them so much positive publicity, and appreciating their actions, so was all that paid?” he added.
On being questioned by a reporter today, as to whether he was planning to resign from the post of the Delhi law minister on moral grounds, Bharti asked, "How much money were you paid by Modiji?
BJP leader Vijay Goel on Friday met the Lt. Governor to demand the resignation of Bharti for his vigilante-style action against Ugandan women during a night raid in the capital.
BJP leaders also protested at 14 different places of the national capital on Friday, demanding Bharti's resignation.
Yesterday the Supreme Court issued notice to Central Government and Delhi Government on Kejriwal's recent protest and has asked for reply in next six weeks.
The notice was issued during a hearing of Public Interest Litigation (PIL), which was filed by lawyer, M.L. Sharma, against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) over their protest outside the Railway Ministry, which amounted to a breakdown of the constitutional machinery.
"The Supreme Court has issued a notice asking few questions as to whether the recent agitation was constitutional or unconstitutional. Whether the Delhi Chief Minister has done anything constitutional by heading this protest or has he broken the law. Whether he should be removed from the office or should he be punished" disclosed Sharma.
He added that there was no mention of Delhi Police in the notice.
"Supreme Court has not put forward any type of comment or commentary on the Delhi Police," added Sharma.