To begin with, every very hostile interaction between the two parties, BJP and AAP, seems to be detrimental to the citizens residing in Delhi. The growing hostility between the two parties appears to be escalating with every new encounter or statement from respective parties.
AAP gives a call to boycott the BJP party
Moreover, the AAP on Saturday gave a call to boycott the BJP, calling it a party of hooligans and uneducated, acknowledging the compliments of eight men who vandalised property around the Delhi CM’s residence by the BJP. On Thursday, Delhi unit chief Adesh Gupta felicitated the eight BYJM members arrested for desecrating the space outside Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s place of residence during a protest on March 30. Taking to Twitter later, Kejriwal joined his party colleagues in their censure and said the saffron party doesn’t open good schools because it needs goons to proceed with its politics.
The clashes between AAP and BJP over the political affiliations of the Jahangirpuri demolitions
For instance, the scrimmage between the AAP and the BJP over the political annexations of one of the ‘masterminds’ of the Jahangirpuri clashes escalated on Tuesday, with both parties accusing each other of being connected with the violence accused. At a press conference, AAP chief spokesperson Saurabh Bharadwaj alleged that Md Ansar, one of the ‘masterminds’ of the April 16 clashes, was an agile BJP figurehead.The party also had a stake on social media. Some pictures in which, Ansar is seen wearing a saffron cap and the BJP’s scarf and seems to be attending some political events with other leaders of the BJP. “With these pictures, the dirty and ugly face of the Bharatiya Janata Party, BJP, stands uncovered before the country. These pictures make it clear that the riots in Jahangirpuri had been manoeuvred by the BJP,” Bharadwaj retorted. Meanwhile, the Delhi Police pledged strict measures against the offenders of the incident, irrespective of their political affiliation. Sharing plausible pictures of the accused on Twitter, AAP’s Kalkaji MLA Atishi demanded an apology from the BJP for making the ‘false’ declaration that the indicted was a member of the Arvind Kejriwal-led party.