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AAP criticises BJP and Congress of combined efforts to topple its governance in Delhi

Monday, 3 February 2014 - 2:23pm IST Updated: Monday, 3 February 2014 - 1:44pm IST | Agency: DNA
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday hit out at both the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress and claimed top leadership of the saffron party is trying to topple the Delhi government.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday hit out at both the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress and claimed top leadership of the saffron party is trying to topple the Delhi government.

AAP leader Sanjay Singh accused BJP's Arun Jaitley, Harsh Vardhan as well as Narendra Modi for creating problems for the Arvind Kejriwal government and added that party is scared of its  rising power.

"Arun Jaitley is writing about the government but did not write a blog on the drug and sex racket in the city," said Singh during a press conference.

Ashutosh, another leader of the AAP, added that all this is happening under the direction of Jaitley and he is defaming them through some people from media houses by weilding his influence. 

He also added that BJP's PM nominee Narendra Modi was scared that AAP will stop his march to Delhi and hence tried to bribe AAP to ally with BJP. 

Singh also defended the controversial Khirki Extension raid saying that law minister Somnath Bharti did what police could not do adding that when Kejriwal tried to help the residents of Khirki extension, but was misuderstood by people. 

He added that there was no evidence of racism in the midnight raid in south Delhi but was construed by the media. 

Singh spoke about the faceoff between the Delhi government and the power discoms saying that the NTPC never threatened the previous government or other states. He said that the BJP started protesting even before the government knew about the blackouts.

He said that Modi slammed the AAP government on the incident involving a student from Arunachal Pradesh but he should speak about how Nigerians in Goa were attacked and direct the BJP government to order an inquiry.

Modi had criticised the Kejriwal-led party at a rally in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday saying that certain incidents in the national capital brought disgrace to India. 

Singh said that his party will begin a campaign from Tuesday to expose both BJP and Congress. 

In the press conference, AAP MLA Madalal alleged that a person claiming to be close to Gujarat chief minister Modi called him and offered Rs 30 crore to be a part of the BJP government.


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