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BJP Dares AAP to Form Govt, Fulfil 'Unrealistic Promises'

BJP leader Arun Jaitley today dared Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to form a government with Congress support and fulfil "unrealistic promises" instead of avoiding power where it will be like a "fish out of water".

Slamming Arvind Kejriwal's one-year-old party for making "unrealistic promises" during Assembly elections in Delhi, the Leader of the Opposition in Rajya Sabha said it should fulfil its "exaggerated and unimplementable" manifesto.

On his latest Facebook posting, Jaitley sought to know if the AAP is merely a "freak phenomenon" or will be a lasting experiment. He said no clear answers could be given at the moment.

"This party is unconventional. It has attempted to exploit the general mood of cynicism. It has made unrealistic promises and does not want to sit in a position of responsibility where it has to walk its talk," Jaitley said.

AAP's impressive performance in the Delhi elections came as a surprise to BJP and the Congress. It emerged as the second largest party with 28 seats in the 70-member Assembly. BJP got 31 and its ally SAD won one seat. Congress with eight seats was a distant third.

"The very suggestion of being in the government to implement its policy and promises appears to be scary for this party. In a democracy, the voters vote in order to elect the government," Jaitley said.

Throwing a challenge to AAP and Congress, he said in the absence of clear majorities, forming a government is the art of the possible and Congress can extend its outside support to the AAP.

"In power, such a party (AAP) would be like a fish out of water. It is possible to make exaggerated promises, and capture the imagination of a few by making unimplementable promises. The strategy of the party is to avoid power rather than be in a position to implement the unimplementable," Jaitley said.

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16/D-131
Dec 10, 2013
03:32 PM

14 D Mohan sir



There one of the senior minister of BJP resigned on SODOMY charges!
Why blame congress or AAP ?
Party has nothing to to do with such misconduct.




 

V.N.K.Murti Pattambi, PATTAMBI
15/D-114
Dec 10, 2013
02:11 PM

14 D Mohan

"Molestation charges against AAP, like Congress"

Molestation chrages are made by females against males, irrespective of party. Unless these females are controlled by law, the hysterical gender will continue to misuse them, while ignorant males continue playing politics

Misogynist, Chennai
14/D-100
Dec 10, 2013
01:29 PM

Is AAP any different from Congress ? Just two days after the results one of their MLA is facing the charge of molestation.

Mohan, Kutch
13/D-97
Dec 10, 2013
01:27 PM

Its so dam obvious that the Pseudo Nationalist brigade is more desperate than AAP for a allaince with BJP.

Ghadkari called AAP a Chilar party,and Jaitley asked if at it exist.

Not with standing the Namoites are ready to Court Kejriwal for power.

The supporters are more anxious than the Netas themselves.Hilarious

harun, chennai
12/D-91
Dec 10, 2013
12:49 PM

The elected legislators have a moral responsibility, as a group, to honour the mandate  given to them. Looks like they  have got cold feet!

R V Subramanian, Gurgaon
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