Lamba said she decided to return to the Congress as it is the only party which can take care of Delhiites. She accused the AAP government of trying to "mislead" the people of Delhi with its "lies and falsehood".
On September 6, Lamba joined the Congress, months after she had a fallout with the AAP leadership over a Delhi Assembly resolution last December on stripping former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi of his Bharat Ratna over the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
Alka Lamba lost favour with the party leadership after she held AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal accountable for the Lok Sabha poll debacle. The row became public after she was removed from the party’s official WhatsApp groups.
On Saturday, Lamba sought accountability from AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal on the crushing defeat of the party in Lok Sabha polls following which she was removed from the official WhatsApp group of the party lawmakers. AAP did not win any of the seven parliamentary seats in Delhi.