All is not well between the two big parties in the Indian alliance, Aam Aadmi Party and Congress. While in Punjab, the arrest of Congress MLA Sukhpal Singh Khaira has caused uproar between the two parties, in the country’s capital New Delhi, Congress has given a big blow to Arvind Kejriwal by including more than 20 AAP leaders in its camp. .
Congress party leaders claimed that more people are expected to join Congress in the coming days. Delhi Congress said in a statement that more than 20 people, including former Delhi Congress secretaries Kuldeep Bhati and Yogendra Bhati and former block president Mahendra Kumar, have left the Aam Aadmi Party and joined the Congress.
Delhi unit chief of Congress Arvinder Singh Lovely had earlier called upon the leaders and workers who had left the party to return to the party. Giving information about the office-bearers who have returned to the party, a senior Congress leader said that more people are expected to join the party in the coming days.
‘The decision on alliance will be taken by the top leadership’
Asked whether the move would affect the equation of opposition alliance INDIA, the senior leader told the media that the Congress would work to strengthen itself in the national capital. “The decision on alliance will be taken by the party high command and we will follow it,” he said.
He pointed out that as a political party, we must take steps to strengthen and reshape ourselves and we will continue to do so. At the same time, Lovely alleged that both BJP and AAP have stopped the development work in the national capital.
He said, “Many major development projects have been put on hold due to the fight between BJP and AAP. BJP’s agenda is to create hatred and enmity in the society.” “AAP, on the other hand, is running away from its responsibility by blaming BJP for stopping all development work,” Lovely alleged. (input language)