Aam Aadmi Party spreading anarchy: Bharatiya Janata Party

Written by Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: Feb 5 2014, 03:49am hrs
Aam Aadmi PartyBJP today accused the Arvind Kejriwal government of total failure to effectively govern Delhi. Reuters
BJP today accused the Arvind Kejriwal government of total failure to effectively govern Delhi and AAP of spreading anarchy with the help of their supporters and requested the Union Home Minister to take a serious cognizance of the situation.

"I request the Home Minister to take a serious cognizance of the situation and direct the LG to ensure the the working of the government should be allowed only within the framework of the Constitution," BJP leader Harsh Vardhan said while condemning AAP's protest in front of the leader of opposition in Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitly's residence.

Calling it a "futile" effort on the part of AAP to win back the "lost confidence" of the electorate, Vardhan said "this is nothing but another drama to misguide the people and to conceal their incapabilities."

Vardhan alleged it is quite evident from some media reports that some top leaders of AAP are in connivance with certain foreign organizations "which are anti India and working to destabilize our country".

Reacting to AAP party's charge that BJP is conspiring to pull down the Kejriwal government, Vardhan said "this is a laughing matter. If BJP had even the slightest interest in forming the government, they would have done so at the invitation of the Lt Governor and not stick to the principles of the party."