Delhi polls: Omar Abdullah congratulates AAP
Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday congratulated AAP for its performance in Delhi assembly polls, saying there was a lesson for Congress and BJP that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was not unbeatable.punjab Updated: Feb 10, 2015 18:17 IST
Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday congratulated AAP for its performance in Delhi assembly polls, saying there was a lesson for Congress and BJP that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was not unbeatable.
"Wow, well done #Delhi & well done @AamAadmiParty. Good luck to @ArvindKejriwal for the next 5 years," the National Conference Working president tweeted.
"If there is lesson for the #Congress in this it is that Modi & BJP aren't unbeatable if you take the fight to them, don't wait for mistakes," he added.
On the political deadlock in Jammu and Kashmir, the former CM said the BJP and the PDP should now form the government in the state.
"Finally dear @BJP4India & @jkpdp can we PLEASE get a Govt in J&K now? You said wait for Delhi & we waited. Now we don't want to wait longer," he tweeted.
Himachal CM greets Kejriwal on victory in Delhi
Shimla: Himachal Pradesh chief minister Virbhadra Singh on Tuesday greeted AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal on his party's spectacular victory and hoped that he would deliver and fulfil the promises made to the people of Delhi.
On Delhi Assembly election results, Singh, however, said it would have no impact in Himachal Pradesh.
Himachal Lokhit Party (HLP) president and other leaders have also hailed the victory of AAP and said Himachal would also witness similar situation in the next elections and reject both Congress and BJP.
Amarinder greets Kejriwal on his 'outstanding success'
Chandigarh: Congress Deputy Leader in the Lok Sabha Amarinder Singh on Tuesday greeted Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and its leader Arvind Kejriwal for the "outstanding success" in the Delhi elections and hoped that he would be able to fulfil all the promises he made to the people.
The former Punjab chief minister also suggested the Congress rank and file that although the results were quite disappointing, there was nothing to feel demoralised about.
"Performance in one or two elections does not decide the fate of a great party like Congress that is spread across the nook and corner of the country," he said, adding the recent electoral results notwithstanding, Congress still remains a pan-India party representing all regions and all sections of the society.