Delhi Election: Beware of BJP, Kejriwal warns AAP MLAs

New Delhi, Oct 23: As the dates for Supreme Court hearing approaching fast, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs received a warning from party chief Arvind Kejriwal. The former Delhi Chief Minister now warned his party MLAs to stay alert.

Kejriwal on Thursday, Oct 23 turned to micro-blogging site Twitter and tweeted, "Sources say BJP will make last attempt to "buy" MLAs n form govt in del. Strange?BJP so scared of elctions in Del even after Maha n Haryana?"

Meanwhile, media reports quoted sources as saying that AAP MLAs have been told to "keep their eyes and ears open" before Oct 28. The AAP convener's tweet surfaced ahead of the apex court's verdict which is scheduled to be announced on Oct 28.

AAP leader Manish Sisodia, meanwhile, said, "The Supreme Court has been asking for steps that have been taken towards government formation in Delhi. With this in mind, around every court date on the matter, our experience has been that the BJP makes some movement to lure our MLAs. We have asked them to be wary of this this time."

Continuing his statement, Sisodia also added, "After the events of the past few months, our legislators are always ready and prepared for any advances from the BJP. We are confident none of them will break, and they will bring us any information of any contact that is made with them."

Earlier AAP leaders and MLAs accused BJP of approaching them for poaching. AAP claim that BJP representatives allegedly offered them ministerial positions and money to switch allegiance.

AAP earlier on Sept 8 released footage which showed BJP state vice-president Sher Singh Dagar purportedly tempting to bribe Dinesh Mohaniya, an AAP legislator.

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