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AAP to move SC against SC after SC praises LG's decision to consult all parties for govt formation in Delhi

30, Oct 2014 By indianpsycho

New Delhi. After Supreme Court today expressed satisfaction over Lt Govermor Najeeb Jung ‘s move to consult all political parties in Delhi for govt formation, AAP has decided to move Supreme Court against Supreme Court’s decision.

AAP is particularly annoyed with SC deferring the hearing once again and wants SC to teach a lesson to itself.

Kejriwal hasn't ruled out another Dharna over this issue.
Kejriwal hasn’t ruled out another Dharna over this issue.

“After getting copy of Supreme Court’s recent statement, we will approach Supreme Court to review those statements,” AAP leader and senior lawyer, Prashant Bushan confirmed to Faking News.

Faking News spoke to party chief Arvind Kejriwal and asked him if it was another u-turn by him after he yesterday praised SC in his tweets.

“Till yesterday I was thinking that Supreme Court is an independent entity when they pulled up BJP govt on black money issue, but today I am saddened to say even it is working in collusion with BJP,” Kejriwal declared.

Sab mile hue hain ji,” he quickly added amidst huge cheers from AAP supporters.

When asked how logical was moving SC against SC, Ashutosh, another senior leader of AAP said it was very much within constitutional AAP framework.

“Since unfortunately SC is still the highest court in the country, we will have to move it against it, till AAP comes to power and swaraj is established and aam aadmis become the supreme judges,” Ashutosh justified his party’s decision.

When asked if Supreme Court was acting as BJP agent or Ambani Agent, Kejriwal remained non-committal.

However, Kejriwal maintained that since SC took a hard stance against black money issue; they could not be Ambani agents but assured he would soon be able to come to conclusion as to whose agents they were exactly.

Meanwhile, this decision by AAP has left Arnab Goswami angry who thought AAP should have moved Newshour against Supreme Court, if at all they wanted.