CONGRESS is on ventilator taking its last breath, say AAP

The names of  Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and  his deputy Manish Sisodia were reportedly dropped the school event where US First Lady  Melania Trump is scheduled to visit on Tuesday in the national capital.

AS  Congress party’s infighting for retaining power continues in Rajasthan, Delhi’s ruling  Aam Aadmi  Party says the 135 years old party is on ventilator taking its last breath. AAP’s  National Spokesperson  Raghav Chadha said that the nation is witnessing dirty politics unfolding in the north-western state close to the Union Territory of Delhi. No plasma therapy, hydroxychloroquine or Remdesivir or any other medicine can save it now, he added. The Congress neither has any future nor can it give any future to this country, he said. Addressing a digital press conference, Raghav Chadha said   it is regrettable that when all citizens should be concentrating on containing   spread of dreaded nCoronavirus working together, MLAs are being sold and bought in state. “The nation is witnessing obnoxious politics unfolding in Rajasthan. In state after state, Congress can be seen selling its MLAs. It neither has any future nor it can give any future to this country,” said Chadha. He referenced  Goa, Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh where Congress has lost power. “People give their votes to Congress and they sell it to the BJP. One party is selling the votes, while the other is buying it,” he said. Rajasthan,it may be recalled, largely remains divided between the BJP  and the Congress for years.AAP has as of now not been successful in gaining substantial electoral gains. However, Rajasthan and Haryana are still on its radar. Photo courtesy: HT.

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