Bharatiya Janata Party has served a notice to Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal for his remakes of 'horse-trading' on the party and demanded one crores Rupees for causing causing mental agony, harassment and defamation.
Kejriwal has accused BJP for buy its party MLAs to stake claim of the government in Delhi in radio ads and posted a series of tweets this morning. He also opined that Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung and BJP are conspiring against his Aam Aadmi Paty. Kejriwal was supposed to meet LG Jung today but following the allegations, Jung did not agree to meet AAP leader.
The BJP hit back on Kejriwal's allegations and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has rubbished these rumours. Over the past few days, BJP is contemplating to form government in Delhi but the leadership is waiting for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's return from the foreign tour. The political heat in Delhi is rising the bars.