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Apr 15, 2019
8:02PM

Ready to give 4 seats to AAP in Delhi: Rahul Gandhi

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Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday said that his party is willing to offer four Lok Sabha seats to Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi under the alliance. 

In a tweet, Mr Ganhdi accused the AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal of making another U-turn over the alliance issue. He said, Congress' door is still open for alliance but the time is running out.

Mr Gandhi said, an alliance between these two parties in Delhi will mean the rout of the BJP. 

Reacting to it, Arvind Kejriwal accused the Congress of helping the BJP by dividing anti-BJP votes in Uttar Pradesh and other states. 

Mr Kejriwal said that Congress President's tweet shows that his party his not interested in alliance and all this is pretence only. 

He said, it is important to save the country from BJP. 

Mr Kejriwal also wondered on Rahul Gandhi's allegation of U-turn on the alliance issue.

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