On Friday, AAP supremo and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal accused Congress President Rahul Gandhi of harming the SP-BSP alliance in Uttar Pradesh, the Left in Kerala, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) in West Bengal and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the national capital, saying the Congress chief will be responsible if Prime Minister Narendra Modi comes back to power.
The AAP chief attacks, during a wide-ranging interview to PTI, comes two days ahead of elections in Delhi, which is witnessing a three-cornered contest as talks for an alliance between the Congress and the AAP did not fructify. "Congress is harming SP-BSP alliance in UP, Left in Kerala, TMC in West Bengal, TDP in Andhra and AAP in Delhi. If Narendra Modi comes back to power, Rahul Gandhi will only be responsible," he said. "It is appearing as if the Congress is fighting the polls against opposition parties and not against the BJP. The Congress is acting as a spoilsport," Kejriwal further added.
The Delhi CM alleged that PM Modi had "totally failed" in delivering anything in any of the key sectors and that is why he has been resorting to "fake nationalism". "Modi-ji's nationalism is fake. It dangerous for the country," the Delhi CM said.
"He is using the armed forces to get votes as he does not have any work to show," Kejriwal alleged. AAP supremo said that the BJP is not going to come back in power. "Our only aim is to stop Modi and Shah from coming back to power. We will support anyone other than the duo," he added.