AAP Declares That There Will No Alliance With Congress, Says Party Is In No Mood To Stop BJP

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The flip flop between AAP and Congress continues as after restarting talks the AAP has said that there will no alliance with Rahul Gandhi-led party. 

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Updated On:

The flip flop between AAP and Congress continues as after resuming talks the AAP has said that there will no alliance with Rahul Gandhi-led party. 

AAP declared on Wednesday that there will no alliance with the Congress, following the grand old party's Haryana-in charge Ghulam Nabi Azad saying that there will be no coalition with the party.

There were talks on 18 seats from Delhi, Haryana, Punjab between the two parties. A crucial meeting had taken place between the parties and a consensus had been reached that Congress and AAP will fight from five and two seats respectively in Delhi and six and four seats respectively in Haryana.

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AAP leader Sanjay Singh has said that AAP candidates will be filing  for nominations with the party ticket, AA

"In order to stop BJP we were ready for an alliance with Congress, but Congress is in no mood to stop BJP and for a coalition. It is a matter of sadness, that even after so many efforts, Congress is not ready for any kind of compromise. When we met Azad yesterday, we had said that JJP will fight from three seats, AAP from one and Congress from six seats. We had agreed on four seats for AAP in Delhi. After Azad's and Hooda's comments, it appears that they don't want to have any talks with us. Congress is not willing to compromise on seat sharing. We will fight alone in Delhi and with JJP in Haryana," he said.

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Earlier on Wednesday, BJP MLA Kapil Mishra has taken to social media, taking a jibe at the Delhi Chief Minister.

In a tweet, the BJP leader asked 'if it true that Ghungharu Seth (Arvind Kejriwal) now demanding money for alliance?', allegedly targeting the Delhi CM over the failure of alliance in the national capital. 

READ | Kapil Mishra Takes A Jibe At Arvind Kejriwal Over AAP-Congress Alliance Kerfuffle, Says "Ghungharu Seth Will Exact His Price Per Seat"

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