Panaji, July 6: The AAP should put its own house in order before lecturing others on governance, Goa BJP President Vinay Tendulkar said on Wednesday.
Speaking to reporters, Tendulkar also said that the Aam Aadmi Party's bubble in Goa was a passing fad and that people in Goa know which political party to accept and which not to.
"The Central Bureau of Investigation is already filing a chargesheet against a top Delhi government official in a corruption case of Rs 50 crore. Now they are coming to Goa to tell us about governance. First they should put their house in order before lecturing others," Tendulkar said.
"It (AAP) will be a passing fad. People from Goa know whom to accept and whom not to," Tendulkar said.
The ruling BJP and AAP are upping the political ante in Goa, which is heading for polls early in 2016.