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AAP govt in Delhi may not last long, says Prashant Bhushan

PTI  New Delhi, December 23, 2013
First Published: 16:21 IST(23/12/2013) | Last Updated: 19:11 IST(23/12/2013)

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Prashant Bhushan on Monday expressed doubt over the stability of an AAP government in view of the Congressf gtrack recordh. 

Earlier in the day, AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal met Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung to stake claim to form a government in the Capital.

Making it clear that AAP will implement its own agenda, Bhushan said, gIf the Congress and the BJP join hands to pull down our government, itfs their wish.h

The AAP, which has 28 legislators in the 70-member assembly, will take outside support from the Congressf eight MLAs. No party reached the majority mark in the polls held on December 4, with the BJP emerging as the single largest party (32).

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Bhushanfs comments come close on the heels of former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit giving her best wishes to the AAP while saying the Congressf support to the rookie party was not unconditional.

AAP leaders Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodiya, Kumar Vishwas and Sanjay Singh address the media after a party meeting at Kaushambi in Ghaziabad. (PTI photo)


gGiven the past track record of the Congress party, I donft expect that our government will survive for long.

gEven though it will be a minority government, we are prepared not to accept any condition by the Congress or the BJP,h the Supreme Court lawyer said.

A day ago, Bhushan had said the AAP had no option but to seek the Congressf help to form a government and the BJP would be out of power despite being the single largest party ? gwhich is undemocratich.

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Bhushan on Monday stressed the AAP was forming the ministry to prove git is possible to run the government on the basis of the people's opinion and their views. It is possible in this country to run a government by doing away with the VIP culture.h

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