Reacting to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's threat to resign from his post if the Jan Lokpal Bill is not passed, Delhi Congress Chief Arvinder Singh Lovely on Monday said that if the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) really wants the bill to be passed they should do it in accord with the constitution.
"I have said this earlier as well that the Congress party is in favour of the Jan Lokpal Bill. We are in support of anything that is against corruption," said Arvinder Singh Lovely.
"But I do not understand why they aren't following the constitutional for passing the bill. If they really want the bill to become a law they have to do it in accord with the constitutiona," he said.
"It is not good to do politics on every issuel," he added.
Kejriwal had on Sunday said that he would resign from the Chief Ministership of Delhi if the Jan Lokpal Bill is not passed in the Delhi Assembly.
"If the bill is not passed then I have no wish to continue as the chief minister. I can sacrifice the chair of a chief minister 100 times to wipe out corruption from this country. To establish Swaraj in the country I can sacrifice the chair 1000 times. I haven't come here to become a chief minister; I have come here to clean corruption from this country," Kejriwal had said.