Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday took to Twitter to make public the negotiations for a pre-poll alliance for Delhi’s seven Lok Sabha seats between his party and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which triggered a war of tweets between supporters of the two parties.Arvind Kejriwal did a U-turn
“An alliance between the Congress and AAP in Delhi would mean the rout of the BJP. The Congress is willing to give up four Delhi seats to the AAP to ensure this. But, Mr. Arvind Kejriwal did a U-turn! Our doors are still open, but the clock is running out,” Gandhi tweeted, with the hashtag that said the ball was in AAP’s court.
An alliance between the Congress & AAP in Delhi would mean the rout of the BJP. The Congress is willing to give up 4 Delhi seats to the AAP to ensure this.
But, Mr Kejriwal has done yet another U turn!
Our doors are still open, but the clock is running out. #AbAAPkiBaari
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) April 15, 2019
Kejriwal, chief of AAP and Delhi chief minister, retorted wondering which “U turn” the Congress was referring to when negotiations were still on. “Your tweet proves that an alliance (in Delhi) is not your wish but for public consumption. I am saddened that you are indulging in such public recriminations. Today, the country needs to be saved from (Narendra) Modi and (Amit) Shah. It is unfortunate that you are splitting anti-Modi votes in Uttar Pradesh and other states and helping Modi,” Kejriwal tweeted.
कौन सा U-टर्न?अभी तो बातचीत चल रही थी
आपका ट्वीट दिखाता है कि गठबंधन आपकी इच्छा नहीं मात्र दिखावा है।मुझे दुःख है आप बयान बाज़ी कर रहे हैं
आज देश को मोदी-शाह के ख़तरे से बचाना अहं है।दुर्भाग्य कि आप UP और अन्य राज्यों में भी मोदी विरोधी वोट बाँट कर मोदी जी की मदद कर रहे हैं https://t.co/9jnYXJFA0S
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) April 15, 2019
Arvind Kejriwal did a U-turn
AAP sources said the Congress was unwilling to have an alliance, and has wasted crucial months and still continues to reject a face to face meeting between Kejriwal and Gandhi.Congress sources said the party was not amenable to having an alliance with AAP in Haryana and Punjab.
Some Congress leaders, particularly Sheila Diskhit, have been resistant to the idea of an alliance. However, its Delhi in-charge P C Chacko and Maken have backed it. Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar, and other Opposition leaders, including Mamata Banerjee, N Chandrababu Naidu and Sitaram Yechury, have pressed the Congress to have an alliance in Delhi.
हरियाणा, दिल्ली और चंडीगढ़ मिलाकर 18 सीटें हैं। कांग्रेस कह रही है कि इनमें 3 सीटें कांग्रेस को जीतने दो, 4 सीट “आप” जीत ले और 11 सीटें भाजपा को जीतने दें। हम भाजपा को एक भी सीट नहीं देना चाहते। यहाँ आकर बात अटक गयी है
आखिर कांग्रेस भाजपा को 11 सीटों पर क्यों जिताना चाहती हैं?
— Gopal Rai (@AapKaGopalRai) April 16, 2019
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