New Delhi, Jan 19: Ahead of the Delhi assembly elections, Congress has raised the political pitch against the Aam Aadmi Party and released a booklet highlighting the 'U-turns' made by AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal.
The booklet, released by Congress leaders Ajay Maken and Arvinder Singh Lovely, highlights the u-turns made by Kejriwal during his 49-day governance in Delhi. The booklet lists out 16 promises which were unfulfilled by Arvind Kejriwal, who was the chief minister then.
Raising some issues Maken said: "Kejriwal said that he would not use red beacon but people all around him used it. Kejriwal even said that he wouldn't take the CM bungalow but in the end took an 8-room lavish home."
Kejriwal had stepped down as the CM last year in February after being in power for 49-days. Maken said that the booklet also had a copy of the affidavit which was signed by Kejriwal before he became the CM.
Meanwhile Congress suffered another setback after former UPA minister Krishna Tirath joined BJP on Monday.