Sukhminderpal Singh Grewal

Ludhiana , 26 December 2013

AAP has now sacrificed its principle of no Congress Party support - Grewal

Ludhiana , 26 December 2013 -

National Secretary BJP Kisan Morcha and Prabhari Himachal Pradesh Sukhminderpal Singh Grewal said that AAP has now sacrificed its principle of no Congress Party support to form their Government in Delhi. He termed the Congress party as the B-team of ( AAP ) Aam Aadmi Party. He said both parties are in a self serving motive and have entered into a political adjustment to form the Government in Delhi. In a press statement here today, he said that Congress Party was not keen on an early re-election due to the drubbing it received in the recent assembly elections and Aam Aadmi Party ( AAP ) wanted to form Government to make its presence felt nationally. He said that Congress Party has now agreed to working as the B-team of the AAP in order to defer the prospects of another electoral humiliation. He said that the Congress Party is now extending outside support of its eight MLA's to the AAP to help it form the Government in Delhi. Grewal said that when the two parties jointly constitute a majority in the assembly are allowing a Government formation with a dishonourable motive. He said that the Aam Aadmi Party leader and now coming Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal is raising the questions on the exact nature of the CONG-AAP relationship that's are of many have suggested that AAP Party is the B-team of Congress Party. Grewal said that the Aam Aadmi Party ( AAP ) has now sacrificed its principle of no Congress support. He said that in Delhi Congress Party is clear loser in the election as it had got only eight MLA seats and most of its leaders lost the election a few days back. He said that it's also clear to everybody that the Congress Party cannot afford an early re-election in Delhi, so it's need some breathing time to recover itself. Grewal said that it is also clear that if there is no Government had been formed in Delhi there will be a re election could have been held along with the coming Lok Sabha elections. He said that at that time Narendra Modi factor in favour of BJP " Vote for India " will also have influenced the outcome of that elections. He said that's way the poll would have been polarised between the BJP and the AAP with the Congress getting squeezed out even more at that time. He said that Aam Aadmi Party ( AAP ) which has 28 MLA's now has taken a calculated risk at this time. He said that the Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP ) emerged as the largest single party in Delhi with 31 MLA seats and the party could not have formed a Government till it had stable support of 36 MLA's at this time. Grewal said that our Party BJP has reconciled to sitting in the opposition or wait for fresh elections in Delhi.