The talks of an alliance between the AAP and the Congress have been called off after the grand old party refused a tie-up in Haryana, senior party leader Sanjay Singh said on Wednesday. Also Read - Haryana Announces Fresh Limits on Social Gatherings: 50 Guests for Indoor Events, 100 for Outdoor
Singh said he held talks with senior Congress leaders Ghulam Nabi Azad and PC Chacko and proposed an alliance of 6:3:1 in Haryana. Also Read - Haryana IPS Officer, Two Other Cops Booked For Abetment to Suicide of BJP Leader
“Congress has refused to form an alliance in Haryana. We were ready to give three seats to Congress in Delhi,” he said. Also Read - Does Haryana Need Lockdown? Read Deputy CM's Latest Statement
He said the AAP will go ahead and fight the elections on its own now.
“There can be no talks on alliance anymore and we are going to go ahead on our own,” he told reporters.
“We were ready to give up on Chandigarh but Congress still did not agree and we cannot form an alliance just in Delhi,” he added.