Criticising the various conditions set by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) before forming a government, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said they were not serious about government formation.
The BJP’s Delhi unit claimed that AAP has been changing its stance rapidly and should come clean whether it will form a government or not.
“AAP will not be able to fulfil the promises made in its manifesto and hence it is scared of being exposed. There are apparent contradictions in its stand as on one hand AAP leaders are criticising other political parties and then it is writing letters to them about support in forming the government,” said state unit president Vijay Goel.
“It is unfortunate that AAP has turned the process of government formation into a political drama. The formation of government is a serious process and it should not be used for petty political gains,” added Goel.
The state unit of the BJP had held a meeting with party workers on Saturday asking them to strengthen booth-level management.
Party sources said that with re-election emerging as a big possibility the state unit has been trying to chalk out plans to ensure the party is able to reach the majority mark this time round.