AAP calls critics trolls on Facebook, netizens slam party on Twitter over govt formation
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The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which has made a dazzling debut in the Delhi Assembly elections, is facing a lot of flak for refraining from going ahead with government formation. While a section of twitterati feels that allying with any party would counter its basic principle, another is of the opinion that once AAP has chosen to be a part of the system, it should now use this opportunity to govern and put its policies into practice, even if that requires taking support from other political parties.
Reacting to the online criticism, the party posted a cartoon on its Facebook page, where it mentioned its critics as trolls. The cartoon also showed two politicians Ė one saying they had designed this pressure on AAP while the other saying that they won't let AAP make any law as they had the numbers to counter any move by Arvind Kejriwal's party.
Here are some reactions from Netizens who have criticised AAP for deciding against government formation, followed by AAP's Facebook cartoon hitting back at its critics:
#AAP only knows how to spread Instability and chaos. They said BJP spends Rs 1400 Cr. to malign us. BJP buying our MLA no poof just garbage— Neeraj Kalwani (@nkalwani) December 12, 2013
#AAP wants reelection like last time Kejriwal fights sheila dixit again And all candidates repeated Result- same deadlock— Rajesh Chaudhary (@rajeshajmer) December 12, 2013
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