New Delhi, Feb 5: With just 48 hours left for the Delhi assembly polls, the battle is getting intense and murkier. Leaders of the political parties are now indulging in allegations and counter-allegations.
Both BJP and AAP are trying to turn the table in their favour in one of the most competitive Assembly election in recent times.
After throwing salvo at BJP, alleging that the Saffron party is wooing voters by distributing liquor and money , the Aam Aadmi party now has targetted the Congress party.
Arvind Kejriwal led party has said that people were given money to attend Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi's rally. This astonishing claim, which may add to the overflowing cup of woes of Congress party, has been made on the basis of a sting done by the rookie party.
Reportedly, AAP worker Neeraj Kumar has submitted the video clip of the sting to media where he alleged that people were paid money of Rs 300-500 for attending Rahul Gandhi's rally in Samaypur Badli area. AAP may complain to EC regarding the issue on Thursday.
Congress has been relegated to number three position in this election which is termed as a fight between resurging AAP and Modi-led BJP.