Kejriwal accuses BJP of horse-trading,calls it ‘anti-national’

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today lashed out BJP over the political developments in Uttarakhand, accusing it of “horse-trading” and terming the party as “corrupt, anti-national and power hungry”.

“Brazen horse trading-first Arunachal now Uttarakhand. BJP proving to be most corrupt, deshdrohi and power hungry party,” the AAP leader tweeted.

Kejriwal also took a dig at Finance Minister Arun Jaitley over the tax proposals on PF and jewellers. “First tax on PF, then tax on jewellers. It seems Jaitley ji has decided to embarrass Modi ji.”

Kejriwal appeared to liken the instability in Uttarakhand to the earlier developments in Arunachal Pradesh, where President’s rule was imposed in January for a brief period.

He had termed the imposition of President’s rule as “murder” of the Constitution.

The four-year-old Congress government in Uttarakhand is under threat with nine rebel Congress MLAs raising the banner of revolt and joining BJP, which has staked claim to form government there.

The rebel MLAs included, Congress has a strength of 36 MLAs in the 70-member Assembly. The ruling party also has the support of six members of the Progressive Democratic Front. The BJP has 28 MLAs.