President rule is the only option in Delhi

By on December 11, 2013


The Congress party said it was ready to offer “unconditional support” to an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Delhi to end the deadlock situation over a hung assembly. Arvind Kejriwal rejected the offer of Congress as there is no question to form alliance with BJP or Congress. Arvind Kejriwal advised BJP to form government as BJP got the maximum seats.

There is still uncertainty over government formation after Delhi heads towards hung assembly. Both BJP and AAP didn’t got clear mandate and opted for re-election in the capital.

“We are ready for it (re-election). At present, we will neither take, nor extend, support to either BJP or Congress to form the government. But unlike this election, next election would be contested between BJP and AAP, as Congress has lost badly,” Kejriwal said

“Considering the present situation, we are not in a position to form the government. We are ready for re-election,” BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Harsh Vardhan said.

President’s rule is the only option right now in Delhi. There will be a fresh election, may be during the Lok Sabha polls, to get a clear mandate from the voters of Delhi. Parliament can impose President’s rule for six months and, can extend by another six months in Delhi.

Meanwhile, according to survey carried out by ABP News, people of Delhi want Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to form government in the national capital

Aam Aadmi Party decided to contest the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. The party will not contest from all 543 seats, but will field a substantial number of candidates.

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