Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal came out saying that AAP leaders were tired in order to convince the Congress to form an alliance with the party. He believes that an alliance between the two would result in BJP losing all the Lok Sabha seats it is currently holding in the national capital.

While giving his speech at a public rally near Jama Masjid, he also lashed out at the PM Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah for dividing people.

The rally was held in the minority populated area of Chandni Chowk Lok Sabha seat which is currently held by Union minister Harsh Vardhan.

He wondered what Congress had in their mind about the alliance and alleged that it was weakening AAP in Delhi.

Earlier this month, he had told reporters that the Congress has more or less ruled out the possibility of an alliance with his party for the upcoming elections.
The AAP leader also alleged that if BJP will come back to power, the country would lose its Constitution and democracy.

He further said that the neighboring country had always dreamt of fragmenting India and the people however, it failed. He believed that Modi and Shah achieved in 4 years what Pakistan could not in 70 years. "If they come back, the country and its democracy will not survive," he said.

Furthermore, he added that the upcoming Lok Sabha election isn’t about who becomes the PM of the country but moreover about removing Modi and Shah. "Those who have any feeling for the country should defeat them at any cost in 2019," he said.