In spite of differences, Kiran Bedi wants AAP, BJP to join forces

Kiran Bedi want AAP, BJP to join hands
New Delhi, Dec 10: A day after the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won many hearts, not just in the national capital but across the nation with its remarkable debut, former IPS officer Kiran Bedi said that the AAP must not think of re-elections.

Bedi suggested that the BJP, that was the largest party in the Delhi assembly elections, must join hands with the AAP to form a government. "The onus is on BJP, AAP to provide a good government in Delhi," she said.

Bedi: Unfair for people of Delhi to go to polls again

This in spite of both the parties making it clear that they would not support each other to form a government.

The AAP however was quick to respond to Bedi's suggestion and said that it will not mediate talks with the BJP.

Bedi wrote on her Twitter account that it is unfair for the people of Delhi, who trusted in the AAP and voted for them, to go return to polls again.

BJP won 32 seats, AAP won 28 seats and Congress won 8 seats in the Delhi assembly elections which were declared on Dec 8. Since no party won a majority, an alliance is the next option for the parties to form a stable government in Delhi.

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