New Delhi, Mar. 25 (ANI): Setting the tone for the upcoming municipal corporation elections in Delhi, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah on Saturday accused the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of indulging in corruption.
While addressing a rally in Ramlila Maidan, Shah alleged that no previous government in Delhi has been as corrupt as the incumbent one.
"No other party has done as much corruption as AAP did during their tenure in Delhi. Not one of two but 13 legislators of the AAP have been booked for criminal cases ever since AAP won elections in Delhi," Shah said.
Shah further took a dig at the AAP's performance in Goa and Punjab while stating that party convenor Arvind Kejriwal had made promises to the people of Delhi but only made a record of losing elections.
After attaining a massive mandate in the Uttar Pradesh on the agenda of development, the BJP president assured the same for Delhi.
Shah clearly stated that that the real fight is between them and the AAP in the upcoming MCD polls.
"I urge our party workers to put their hearts into ensuring a victory for the party in the MCD polls. It is not just a battle to win Municipal corporation of Delhi but a step towards rooting out the AAP in all future elections," he added while addressing a booth workers in Delhi.
The polls to the three civic bodies of the national capital will be held on April 23.
The BJP has been at the helm of the corporations since 2007. (ANI)