New Delhi, Feb 6: The BJP on Friday accused the AAP of doing politics of religion, adding that their rejection of the support voiced by Jama Masjid's Shahi Imam Syed Ahmed Bukhari does not mean anything.
"They asked for support, and they got support. What does it mean to say now that they don't want support," BJP leader Nirmala Sitharaman said.
"Yesterday, AAP leaders were arrested at a protest organised by representatives of a particular religion. What were AAP leaders doing there," she questioned, referring to the Thursday protest against vandalism of churches in Delhi.
"It shows they are doing politics of religion. Who is the beneficiary of the 'fatwa', it is the AAP," she said.
"The correct answer to such fatwas is through the ballot," BJP leader Arun Jaitley said asking voters to vote against the diktat.
Delhi goes to polls on Saturday, Feb 7.