New Delhi, Jan 31: The BJP's top brass is reportedly upset over a campaign advertisement published in newspapers on Friday mocking Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief and former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and activist Anna Hazare, an NDTV report said.
While Kejriwal was shown making false promises in the name of his children and taking support of the Congress to form government in Delhi after the December 2013 election, it also showed a garlanded photo of Hazare.
The BJP has reportedly asked its units to focus on positive campaigning after senior leaders Arun Jaitley and Dharmendra Pradhan revised the ad campaign, the report cited sources as saying.
The two leaders have approved a new campaign ad which was published in Saturday's newspapers. It showed photos of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the party's chief ministerial candidate in Delhi, Kiran Bedi, and focuses on development and good governance.
Jaitley on Friday said that the AAP was born out of negative politics but the BJP should refrain from the same. He advised the party to focus on positive campaigning.