Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday alleged that the India Against Corruptionmovement and the Aam Aadmi Party had been propped by the RSS-BJP to subvert democracy and bring down the UPA authorities.
Gandhi cited AAP founder member and civil rights lawyer Prashant Bhushan’s reported declare that the motion was to a big extent supported and propped by the BJP-RSS to bring down the Congress authorities and get themselves in energy.
“What was known to us has been confirmed by a founding AAP member,” the previous Congress chief tweeted, tagging a media report on Bhushan’s remarks.
“The IAC motion and AAP had been propped up by the RSS/BJP to subvert democracy and bring down the UPA authorities,” Gandhi, who’s accompanying his mom Sonia Gandhi to the US for her medical check-up, mentioned.
Bhushan was a part of the India Against Corruption motion which was the precursor to AAP led by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
In 2015, Bhushan together with Yogendra Yadav was expelled from AAP over alleged anti-party actions.
The India Against Corruption motion was notably distinguished throughout the anti-graft protests of 2011 and 2012, involved with the introduction of the Jan Lokpal invoice.