Run out of options, Kejriwal asks BJP for an alliance in Delhi

07, Mar 2019 By Sandeep Kadian

New Delhi: Despite the best attempts of Arvind Kejriwal, Congress has refused to enter into an alliance with Aam Aadmi Party for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in the country.

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With everyone else already choosing their alliance partner for these elections, Arvind Kejriwal has finally approached BJP for an alliance.

Having spent the last 5 years attacking BJP and Modi in particular, this move by Arvind Kejriwal has surprised many people. However, political pundits have said that this just shows that there are no permanent friends and enemies in politics.

BJP is yet to respond to this offer by Aam Aadmi Party but a decision is expected soon once Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari finishes his dance performance at a local event.

Speaking to Faking News, an AAP insider said, “Bhai when BSP and SP can come together, when TDP and Congress can come together, then why not AAP and BJP? AAP was formed to fight corruption by Congress, BJP is anti-Congress, so we are natural allies only. We never had a problem with BJP, we were only attacking them because they were not acting fast against the corrupt Congressi leaders. Now that we see some action on that front, we have decided to join them.”

When asked why was AAP eager to enter into an alliance with Congress then, he said, “We never had any intention to join a Congress alliance. As you know, our leader Arvind Kejriwal does everything after taking a U-turn, so we had to approach Congress first so that we can take U-turn and reach our original target, the BJP office. I am sure BJP will agree to this alliance so that we can defeat Congress in the coming elections.”

Meanwhile, veteran faster Anna Hazare has said that if nobody joins hands with Arvind Kejriwal then he is always welcome to join hands with Anna Hazare once again.