New Delhi, April 28: Breaking his silence after the Aam Aadmi Party’s debacle in MCD polls, senior party leader Kumar Vishwas in an interview with India Today said that AAP has turned into another congress. He was referring to the denial of the ruling party in implementing the recommendations of the Shunglu Committee. The committee had raised questions over the irregularities in the functioning of the government.
Adding that Aam Aadmi Party failed in communicating with people on its performance in last two years, he criticised the party for giving tickets to wrong people in MCD polls. He added that we need to boost the morale of the party workers and decisions should not be taken behind the closed doors.
He added that attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi after the surgical strike on terrorist launch pads did not go well with the people.
In an earlier development, Delhi Chief Minster Arvind Kejriwal had called an emergency to supervise the swearing in ceremony of newly elected councillors. He appealed to the party councillors to keep Party pure and not betray
Aam Aadmi Party leader and Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai had reiterated that the Bharatiya Janta Party had won the elections by tampering the electronic voting machines. He said, there is no Modi wave, it’s the EVM wave responsible for the victory of BJP. In a similar tone, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had said that Bharatiya Janta Party used its experience of tampering EVMs in securing victory in civic polls.
Aam Aadmi Party has called a meeting to introspect the humiliating defeat in civic polls on Friday. Aam Aadmi Party could not save its bastions like Burari, Patparganj and Babarpur. The party had won the Delhi assembly elections in civic polls with a brute majority. The Bharatiya Janta Party succeeded in snatching the stronghold of unauthorised colonies which comprises an estimated population of 40 Lakh people. As per the Data made available by Delhi State Election Commission, Bharatiya Janta Party won 181 out of 270 wards in three municipal bodies with 36.02 percent votes. Despite garnering 26.23 percent votes, Aam Aadmi Party had to console itself with the win on 48 seats.