Today, the senior BJP Vice President Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi accused AAP of being "the gentle face of Maoism" and said they are trying to hijack democracy through anarchy.
"The way AAP has displayed anarchy and violence on the day, when election dates were declared in the country. They are trying to disturb and vitiate the peaceful atmosphere in the country which could affect the free, fair and peaceful conduct of polls," Naqvi said.
They have become a symbol for anarchy. This is a very dangerous mentality. They are trying to hijack democracy through anarchy," he said.
"If they continue to do so, it will be difficult to have a peaceful election," he added.
AAP is a threat to stable politics: Arun Jailtley
Meanwhile, BJP on Thursday also registered a complaint against AAP with the Election Commission.
Senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley also took on AAP and said, "AAP is a threat to stable politics. We all want a clean election process." "I am glad that the country has seen the real face this (AAP) dubious organization."
AAP workers on Wednesday fought pitched battles with BJP activists outside the party's headquarters hours after AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal was briefly questioned in Gujarat.
The Gujarat Police stated that Kejriwal had not taken permission from them to hold road show.
On Thursday, AAP leaders Ashutosh and Shazia Ilmi were named in an FIR in connection with protests that took place outside BJP pffice in Delhi and they were questioned by Delhi police.
Kejriwal, who is on a four-day tour in Gujarat accused BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi of trying to stall his visit to the state and claimed that he did not find any evidence of development claimed by Modi.
(With agency inputs)