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People let down by Congress, BJP: AAP in-charge

punjab Updated: Feb 25, 2014 19:53 IST
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The Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) propaganda in-charge in Haryana, Ranbir Sharma, who is a former IPS officer, on Tuesday claimed that residents of Haryana had been completely let down by the Congress, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), and that AAP would win all the ten parliamentary seats in the upcoming elections.

In reply to a question, Sharma, who was addressing a press conference here Tuesday, said he would not contest election from Karnal if his father-in-law and former union minister ID Swami would be the candidate from the BJP.

In reply to a question that the AAP government had resigned before fulfilling its promises, and the electricity tariffs in Delhi would increase in April, he said AAP had provided power a subsidy till March 31 after which a provision had to be made for a subsidy in the next budget. "However, the Congress and the BJP has not been allowing AAP to function", he averred.

Sharma conceded many of the new AAP members were those who had been sidelined by the other political parties, and said tickets for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls would only be given to those who had a "clean" image.