In an attempt to topple his administration in the nation’s capital, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today charged that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was trying to “buy” seven Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs with an offer of ₹ 25 crore each.
In relation to the Delhi liquor policy case, Mr. Kejriwal asserted that the BJP held discussions with AAP lawmakers and allegedly threatened to arrest the chief minister of Delhi shortly. The purported conversation concerned a dark scheme to bring down the Delhi AAP government.
The chief minister of Delhi claimed in a lengthy social media post that “They [the BJP] have contacted seven of our MLAs in Delhi and said that ‘We will arrest Kejriwal after a few days.'” We will then break the MLAs after that. Twenty-one MLAs have been in talks. conversing with other people. We will then overthrow Delhi’s Aam Aadmi Party government. You are welcome to attend as well. Will donate ₹ 25 crore and run for office on a BJP ticket.”
Mr. Kejriwal maintained that although it is claimed that 21 MLAs have been contacted, the information provided to the AAP indicates that only seven MLAs have been contacted, and each of them has firmly declined the alluring offer.
“This means that I am not being arrested to investigate any liquor scam but they are conspiring to topple the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi,” said Mr Kejriwal. “Over the past nine years, they have developed numerous plots to overthrow our government. However, they were unsuccessful. God and the people were our constant allies. Additionally, all of our MLAs are firmly united. These people’s evil plans will not succeed this time either.”
Mr. Kejriwal went on to say that the AAP’s successful work in the nation’s capital is the reason behind the purported attempts to topple his government. Mr. Kejriwal continued, “The people of Delhi have tremendous affection for the AAP, so it will be difficult for the BJP to defeat them in elections despite a number of obstacles.”