At a press conference here, Jaihind said it had become “imperative” for opposition parties to come together to beat “the bigger threat” of BJP in the Lok Sabha polls or else all would fail.
On a query of an alliance in Haryana, Jaihind said they were making “concerted efforts” and results would show by Holi. He said AAP was aware of JJP chief Dushyant Chautala and Congress ex-chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda’s refusal to a three-way tie-up, but he was still “hopeful” of it fructifying in future.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal had, in a post on Twitter on Wednesday, suggest the three-way alliance for defeating BJP in Haryana. At the time, JJP and Congress had ruled out the possibility of any such pact.
On AAP’s preparations for Lok Sabha polls, Jaihind said they would be banking on the party’s Delhi mode, which focused on health, education and farmers. “Unlike BJP, which goes to election on religion and caste, AAP will raise the issues of hospitals, schools and farmer-centric issues,” he said.