Senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Monday denied all accusations put on the party by the Aam Aadmi Party Convenor Arvind Kejriwal. Mr Swamy termed the allegations of bribing AAP legislators in Delhi as ‘rubbish’.
“Why would the BJP give money? The BJP doesn’t have to give money, because the BJP’s problem is how to stop this flood of MLAs from the Congress and the AAP coming to us and saying, please take us. Talking gibberish and baseless things has become a habit of Arvind Kejriwal. Why take him seriously?” he said.
He added that ‘shoot-and-scoot’ is the habit of AAP.
Another BJP leader Vijendra Gupta said that Kejriwal’s claim is an attempt to defame BJP. He said, “We have made it clear that we are not interested in forming a coalition government. We have always maintained that we do not have right number of MLAs to form the government. I condemn the AAP’s action of falsely accusing our leaders”.