New Delhi, March 19: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday criticised Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for what he described as "brazen horse trading" in Uttarakhand.
Saying the BJP is proving to be the most corrupt party, Kejriwal tweeted: "Brazen horse trading-first Arunachal now Uttarakhand. BJP proving to be most corrupt, deshdrohi and power hungry party."
The Congress-led Uttarakhand government plunged into political uncertainty late Friday as nine of its legislators joined ranks with the principal opposition BJP.
The Harish Rawat-led government ended up with a red face as it got merely 32 votes in favour against the 36 required for the Finance Bill to be passed.