New Delhi: Blaming the Congress Party of no intention to make alliance, Aam Aadmi Party said that Congress was doing timepass, it had no intention of having an alliance in Haryana.
“The Congress was doing timepass, it had no intention of having an alliance in Haryana,” said Sisodia explaining why seat-sharing talks between the Congress, the AAP and the Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) of Dushyant Chautala.
Sisodia said, “The sole reason for us to go for an alliance with the Congress was to defeat the Modi-Shah pair in the election and not to fight over which party contests how many seats in these 18 Lok Sabha constituencies. But the Congress backtracked from the last agreed seat-sharing arrangement for Haryana.”
This came after AAP’s announcement on Friday that it had accepted one of Congress’s proposals for an alliance formula to share seats in the Lok Sabha elections indicating revival of their on-again, off-again discussions for electoral pact that began more than four months ago.