Monday, 25 July 2016

BJP takes on ruling party, says must introspect

NEW DELHI: BJP on Sunday accused AAP of insensitivity towards human suffering as demonstrations by the party against arrest of their MLA Amanatullah Khan brought the city to a standstill.

"Even patients were not spared by agitating AAP workers, who blocked several roads causing jams and other problems across the city," BJP spokesperson Sudhanshu Trivedi told reporters.

He said AAP should introspect about their conduct, which was "immature" and showed no respect for the law of the land. "They (AAP) keep claiming about transparency and wisdom but they stand exposed on the issue of probity," Trivedi said, adding its leadership was totally "incompetent".

"As far as probity in public life is concerned, you have seen that so many MLAs are now being accused and charge-sheeted on various criminal charges. There has been a series of events which gradually exposed the true face of their so called probity.

"Now, as far as their concern for common man is concerned, today's incident has made it very clear that they are totally insensitive and just for the sake of political mileage and vendetta, they are trying to put the common man in problem," Trivedi said.

Leader of the opposition in Delhi assembly, Vijender Gupta, said the incident shows AAP's attitude towards women. "Instead of taking strict action against his party members and legislators who are abusing women, Kejriwal has rejected the charges. He has blamed the Prime Minister for the arrest. This clearly shows party's attitude towards women," Gupta said.

BJP chief Satish Upadhyay said, "The arrest of Amanatullah Khan adds one more face to the Arvind Kejriwal's notorious team of woman bashers. He should have been arrested long back for spreading communal disharmony and for his hate speech during a Urdu Academy function earlier this year."

This News is Originally Posted on Time OF India

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