Assam: CM Sarma Attacks AAP Again, Calls It A 'Failed Political Start Up'
In another major offensive against the Aam Aadmi Party, Assam Chief Minister and BJP leader Himanta Biswa Sarma has called AAP as a 'failed political start up' which has not progressed to emerge as a MSME ever after ten years of its existence.
Addressing an event at the national capital, the Assam Chief Minister added even after ten years of it establishment, the ruling party in Delhi has not progressed to become a Micro, Small & Medium Enterprise or MSME.
CM Sarma said, "The AAP is a failed political start up. Even after 10 years they haven't progressed to become an MSME. For the last 10 years, they have been trying to sell the same product without any proof of delivery."
It may be recalled here that this is not the first time that CM Sarma has attacked the party or its supremo and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. In August 2022, both the Chief Ministers locked horns on Twitter over Assam Government's reported decision to shut some schools down owing to poor performance.
While quoting a news report of the Assam Government's decision, Kejriwal said that shutting down of schools is not the solution of the problem. The news that the Delhi CM shared on his Twitter handle stated that as many as 34 schools were shut down following poor performance of its students in the Class 10 board exams.
Thereafter, the Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said through a tweet that CM Kejriwal was making his comment at something without prior homework.
Notably, the latest attack of CM Sarma who is also the NEDA Convenor comes amidst the heated political atmosphere just ahead of the Gujarat Assembly Polls early next month. The Aam Aadmi Party and its Chief Arvind Kejriwal have been extensively campaigning in the state, where the Bharatiya Janata Party has been in power for more than two decades and is endeavouring for a return.
Meanwhile, the civic polls in Delhi are also slated next month where too the AAP and the BJP are on an intense battle.
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