BJP should evaluate themselves, before pointing fingers at others: Congress on Amit Shah speech
New Delhi [India], Mar. 26 (ANI): Mocking at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah for his speech made in the national capital in the wake of the upcoming MCD polls, the Congress Party on Sunday said that the former should first evaluate themselves, before pointing out the mistakes of others.
"They should first evaluate themselves. It is very easy to point out others' mistake. We can't expect more from them. In the previous assembly elections, they did the same thing," Congress leader J.P. Aggarwal told ANI.
Aggarwal further said the Congress party was working very carefully and the BJP was scared of their work.
"The way we have changed the face of Delhi, they have not been able to do it in past three years. They don't have anything expect then to criticize others," he said.
Earlier on Saturday, Shah targetted the AAP and the Congress of indulging in corruption.
While addressing a rally in Ramlila Maidan, Shah alleged that no previous government in Delhi (referring to the Congress) has been as corrupt as the incumbent one (referring to the AAP).
"No other party has done as much corruption as the AAP did during their tenure in Delhi. Not one of two but 13 legislators of the AAP have been booked for criminal cases ever since the AAP won elections in Delhi," Shah had said.
The polls to the three civic bodies of the national capital will be held on April 23.
The BJP has been at the helm of the corporation since 2007. (ANI)