Delhi Chief Minister and AAP Chief, for the first time has delivered a right statement with his all senses in control. The man, who otherwise opens his mouth to talk all possible nonsense, has given a right advice to people this time. Knowing or unknowingly Arvind Kejriwal has grabbed every eye attention over him for the right words. Well, this advice is a must to be known.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal warned people against voting for the Congress party even as speculations are rife that AAP is in touch with the grand old party for a tie-up for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls! Well, we do hope people take your words serious and think about it, don’t we?

The Delhi CM requested people not to vote for Congress and this can harm them in return. “Don’t vote for the Congress at all, if you vote for the Congress it will strengthen Narendra Modi. Let not your vote split and give all seven MP’s to the AAP,” the Aam Aadmi Party chief declared while addressing a speech.

The AAP and the Congress have no doubt made up all clear intentions to stop the BJP in 2019 parliamentary elections, with every possible tactic. But these joint tactics do not seem to be up to the mark as, both the parties are yet to sought differences among them. And without that a joint venture would definitely not succeed. Yes, we all know it is all against one man who is grabbing all the positive attention alone, defeating him is a nightmare come true!

Senior AAP leader Gopal Rai said recently said that political affairs committee of the party will take a call on alliance considering views of leaders and workers from Delhi, Punjab, and Haryana, after January 15.
Ajay Maken, who was critical of his party’s alliance in Delhi with the AAP has resigned as the Delhi Congress president, while senior party leader and former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit maintained that national leadership will take a decision about a tie up for 2019 and she will abide by it.

This open request from the AAP Chief himself has made a clear declaration to all who have been expecting an alliance among the two parties. Kejriwal’s appeal to voters not to vote for the Congress means that the AAP is ultimately ready to take an independent plunge in the coming parliamentary polls. Will this result in a positive turn out or a negative one? We are yet to be known. However, it has quite clear that the Lok Sabha polls ahead is definitely an interesting fight to watch.