AAP’s Sanjay Singh informed Rahul Gandhi to stop “concealing failures by making incorrect excuses.” (File)
Rahul Gandhi is making false reasons to conceal his party’s failures, Aam Aadmi Party leader Sanjay Singh stated on Tuesday after the Congress leader declared that the India Against Corruption (IAC) movement and the AAP were propped up by the RSS-BJP to subvert democracy and bring down the UPA federal government.
Mr Singh stated the Congress needs to stop making incorrect excuses to hide their failures.
” How long will they hide their failures by making false reasons? Stop crying now. The fact is that the nation does not have any hope from both the BJP and the Congress,” he stated.
” Today, just the Aam Aadmi Celebration speaks about the nation, resolving individuals’s issues – schools, hospitals, electricity, water. In future, AAP will be the choice of the nation,” Mr Singh tweeted tagging Gandhi’s tweet.
In a tweet on Tuesday, Rahul Gandhi mentioned AAP founder-member and civil liberties lawyer Prashant Bhushan’s reported claim that the motion was to a large extent supported and propped up by the BJP-RSS to lower the Congress federal government and in-turn choose themselves to power.
” What was known to us has actually been confirmed by an establishing member of AAP,” the previous Congress chief tweeted, tagging a media report on Prashant Bhushan’s remarks.
” The IAC movement and AAP were propped up by the RSS/BJP to overturn democracy and bring down the UPA government,” tweeted Mr Gandhi.
Prashant Bhushan became part of the India Against Corruption motion which was the precursor to the formation of the Aam Aadmi Paty, led by Arvind Kejriwal.
In 2015, Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav were expelled from the AAP over alleged “anti-party activities”.
The India Against Corruption movement was particularly popular throughout the anti-corruption protests of 2011 and 2012, interested in the intro of the Jan Lokpal costs.
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