Kejriwal selling false dreams: BJP on AAP manifesto
New Delhi: Responding to Aam Aadmi Party's manifesto release, BJP National Vice-President Shyam Jaju held a press conference on Thursday with Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Vijender Gupta, saying that the party chief Arvind Kejriwal is a merchant of dreams who sells new dreams every day.
Slamming the AAP manifesto Jaju said that it was nothing but a bundle of false promises. "They seemed to have the full-statehood issue just to cover up for their mistakes in the last four years,"
Moreover, Jaju said that Delhi does not need full statehood for basic services and amenities to be provided for its citizens. He said that Kejriwal has completely failed in running the system and hence he is misleading the voters by making false promises.
LoP Gupta said that for full statehood to become a reality, it needs to pass through the lower house by a two-thirds majority, which is not possible for AAP to achieve. "Hence, it seems absurd for him to make such promises to the electorate," he said.
Further attacking the opposition, Gupta said that the manifesto is just an excuse for the party to hide its incapability in the last four years. He said that AAP failed to fulfill promises it made in 2015 and it will just keep repeating this throughout.