"BJP leaders are making a futile bid to push back the development works in Delhi. People are fed up with long power cuts ranging from four to five hours everyday," DPCC chief Arvinder Singh Lovely said while addressing a gathering in Chawari Bazar area here.
Singh alleged that BJP "misused" official machinery during the Delhi University Students' Union elections, which resulted in the victory of its affiliated students' organisation Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP).
"Despite the entire Central government throwing its weight behind ABVP, our candidate from NSUI lost by only a small margin of 700 votes," he said. Accusing BJP leaders of issuing communal statements, DPCC leader Haroon Yusuf said, "such statements are being made in a deliberate and calculated manner to create rift among different sections of the society and hold back the development works."
Attacking Arvind Kejriwal's party, DPCC chief spokesperson Mukesh Sharma said, "Why is Aam Aadmi Party silent on the communal statements made by BJP leaders? AAP and BJP are working hand-in-glove and simply wish to destabilise Congress. BJP is doing nothing for the welfare of people."