Amidst reports that some Congress MLAs are willing to support BJP if it comes forward to form the government in Delhi, the party on Saturday presented all its eight legislators before the media in a bid to put up a united front.
“All our eight MLAs are united. Congress is the oldest political party in the country and there is no question of our MLAs supporting AAP or BJP to form a government in Delhi,” DPCC chief Arvinder Singh said at a press conference here.
Including ally Akali Dal’s lone MLA, BJP at present has 29 legislators in the Delhi Assembly. It will require the support of five more MLAs to prove its majority in the House.
“Kejriwal only makes allegations. Thereafter, he doesn’t prove it as he has no evidence. Kejriwal has started playing bad politics as he knows that Delhiites will teach him a lesson if fresh elections are held,” he said.
“All Congress MLAs are together,” Ahmed said.