Beware of Sting Operation, Arvind Kejriwal warned MLAs

By on June 19, 2014

In a meeting held at the Constitution Club on Wednesday to discuss the issue of government formation, Arvind Kejriwal warned MLAs that there may be an attempt to conduct a sting operation on them in an attempt to defame the party. He further said “We need to be more cautious if someone approaches us to break away from the party and offered us money or ministerial posts.”

Among the AAP MLAs who have made the claims of being approached by the BJP include Rajesh Garg (Rohini), Raju Dhingan (Trilokpuri) and Manoj Kumar

The BJP said that there is no possibility of government formation in Delhi but will welcome AAP MLAs unsatisfied with the party. “We are not forming a government in Delhi. There is no proposal to form a government in Delhi nor any discussion,” Nitin Gadkari said.

“BJP tries to lure opposition MLAs unethically. AAP MLAs refuse,” the party tweeted. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) also demanded fresh Assembly elections in Delhi.

Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) has 34 MLAs and need the support of two MLAs to prove his majority of 36 in a house of 70.

Meanwhile, the Aam Aadmi Party demanded that the government should leave no stone unturned to ensure safe and early return of Indians stranded in Iraq.

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