AAP’s acts right-wing Maoism, party of confused leaders: Gadkari

In a scathing attack on AAP, BJP’s Nitin Gadkari dubbed Arvind Kejriwal-led outfit’s activities as ‘right-wing Maoism’ and said its move to elicit views of people to form government in Delhi was a ‘mockery’ of democracy.

‘AAP is doing a tamasha (drama) over the popular mandate and asking people to tell them the future course of action.  Why AAP is not forming government in Delhi when Congress has offered it unconditional support?..AAP’s activities are right-wing Maoism,’ Gadkari, also BJP Delhi In-Charge, told reporters on the sidelines of ongoing winter session of state legislature here.

He alleged that people will soon get disillusioned with Aam Aadmi Party. ‘It seems the main job of the party and its leaders (is) only to attack others and make wild allegations,’ Gadkari alleged.

BJP has emerged as the single largest party with 32 seats in the 70-member Assembly in Delhi but is unable to form government in the wake of fractured mandate. AAP, which emerged as the second largest party with 28 seats, has sought people’s views on whether to form a minority government with outside support of Congress’ eight MLAs.
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