Delhi AAP government has scheduled a special session of the Delhi Assembly for this Friday. Kejriwal’s government claims that the “BJP is poaching the Aam Aadmi Party MLAs” and attempting to divide the party (August 26).
After a political brawl broke out between the BJP and the in-power Aam Aadmi Party over the CBI raid on Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in the excise policy case, a special session of the Delhi legislature was called.
According to the AAP, the BJP used deceptive tactics to entice party legislators to overthrow the Arvind Kejriwal administration.
According to the letter from the joint secretary of the Delhi Assembly, the Deputy Speaker has ordered that the session be held on August 26.
All Aam Aadmi Party’s legislators will gather Thursday at the home of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
The meeting is scheduled to start at 11 am. And the party MLAs will likely talk about the current political climate, the CBI raid on Sisodia over alleged corruption in the Delhi Excise Policy. It was withdrawn, and action was taken by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) against the party leaders.
At a meeting on Wednesday convened at Kejriwal’s home, the AAP’s Political Affairs Committee criticized the BJP’s attempts to “poach” its MLAs and demanded that the saffron party reveal where it has amassed the funds to pay crores to lawmakers from other parties.
Sanjay Singh, also the party’s Rajya Sabha MP, told the media after the meeting, which was presided over by AAP national convenor Arvind Kejriwal.
The PAC’s resolution also demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi spend time addressing the people’s problems rather than attempting to overthrow the governments of other parties.
“We want to reassure the populace that Delhi’s Aam Aadmi Party administration is solid. No one of our MLAs would defect and join the BJP, “Singh informed the press.
The Bharatiya Janata Party is said to have offered AAP MLAs Rs 20 crore to “tear down” the Kejriwal-led administration in the nation’s capital, according to Aam Aadmi Party leader Saurabh Bharadwaj.
At a news conference in Delhi, Bharadwaj stated, “BJP promised to bring down Kejriwal’s administration by tempting AAP MLAs with Rs 20-20 crores… chants of “50 Khokha-50 Khokha” were shouted in the Maharashtra Assembly.
Therefore, I would reply to the BJP Band karo desh se dhokha, nahi chalega 50 khoka.
Following a CBI search at Sisodia’s home last week on the excise policy adopted in November last year and then repealed. The BJP has criticized the AAP government for suspected corruption. The accusations are deemed politically motivated by AAP.