Commenting on the tectonic infighting within the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), the Congress on Sunday highlighted that it is the public of Delhi who is suffering the most, as the governance is at total paralysis in the national capital.
'The common man is suffering because of the governance paralysis which is going on in Delhi,' Congress leader Ajay Maken told ANI.
Talking about the major allegations made by ousted AAP leader Kapil Mishra he added, 'Kapil Mishra has levelled some serious charges against the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government. The in-fighting within the AAP is not new mentioning the Chief Minister's quarrels with Yogendra Yadav, Prashant Bhushan and Anand Kumar'.
The Congress leader further elaborated that the biggest problem is that corruption is not a serious issue for AAP anymore, adding that it took 10 months for Kejriwal to act on the water tanker scam report forwarded by Mishra.
'The basis on which the AAP was formed was internal Lokpal, internal- democracy and fighting against corruption. Now everything revolves around how to gain power from one another,' he said.
Meanwhile, the turbulence within AAP was taken to the next level after Mishra alleged that he saw Cabinet Minister Satyendra Jain give Rs. two crores to Kejriwal.