New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has cleared that his party won't be joining the alliance for 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
Speaking in Rohtak, Kejriwal said, "Politics of alliance doesn't matter. For me, politics is for public and their development."
Taking a dig at the Congress and the BJP both, Kejriwal said, "What we did in Delhi in 3 years, these parties weren't able to do even a fraction of that in 70 years."
However, hitting back at AAP, Congress said 'Kejriwal waits for Rahul Gandhi to call him and sulks when he doesn’t.'
Congress leader Ajay Maken also took to Twitter and said, "The arrogance which has set in AAP with lone Delhi victory, is bringing them down. Politics is not being clever, cunning & dubious-As you all are. Its about long term perspective+commitment to the cause, which AAP does not have! That’s why AAP’s few good ones have left them!"
"AAP says ‘politics not run on egos’ Yet AK is sulking because didn’t get a call from RG-thus helped BJP.
Using this logic-In 2013,BJP would have formed Govt in Delhi & AAP would have been history."
He also went on to accuse AAP of supporting BJP. He said, "Did we not,without asking,supported formation of AAP Gov in 2013 to stop BJP? But-Soon after forming the Gov with our support, you spread lies,lodged FIRs against our leaders & also fielded candidates against all sitting Congress MPs in Delhi to ensure BJP victory."