New Delhi: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal Sunday said the BJP was avoiding elections in Delhi as it was scared of losing.
AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal. Pic: AFP
"We will win Delhi for sure but the question is whether the BJP wants elections to be held," Kejriwal said during an interaction with Aam Aadmi Party volunteers on Google Hangout.
The former Delhi chief minister alleged that the Bharatiya Janata Party was trying to break away Congress legislators in its bid to form the government in Delhi.
"If the (Narendra) Modi wave is there, then why is the BJP scared of elections?" he asked.
Kejriwal said the BJP conducted an internal survey in which it was revealed that the AAP will win if assembly elections were held now.
Delhi has been under suspended animation for four months now, after the AAP government quit after ruling the capital for 49 days.
No party in the capital has staked claim to form the government and this might pave the way for fresh elections.
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