New Delhi/Mumbai[India], Apr 22, (ANI): Taking potshots at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for his 'dengue-chikunguniya' remark, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said the former's statement reflects his frustration, adding that the Aam Admi Party (AAP) chief had no right to opine on other political parties.
"Kejriwal's statement reflects his frustration and disappointment. It seems like he has accepted his failure. Public has been giving vote to the BJP for last ten years. Be it MCD by-elections, Goa, Punjab, Varanasi, Lok Sabha elections, Kejriwal government has lost all the elections. They do politics of tussle and abuse and I don't think this will bring development. He thinks people of Delhi are fool," BJP leader Vijay Goel told ANI.
Upping the ante on Kejriwal's assertion, BJP leader Shaina NC said the former should first get rid of the dengue and chikunguniya that he has caused in Delhi and then opine on the BJP government.
"If he has no ideology and conviction to live up to his political manifesto, then I think he has no right to comment on other political parties," she told ANI.
Kejriwal yesterday trained guns at the saffron party, while saying that the people should hold themselves responsible for dengue and chikungunya outbreaks if they vote for the BJP in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) elections.
"If your children get dengue or chikungunya, then you yourself will be responsible for it, because you voted for a party (BJP) that spreads mosquitoes that breed dengue or chikungunya," Kejriwal said. (ANI)