Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi chief minister, has claimed that Gujrat’s chief minister Anandiben Patel resigned her position is “result of growing popularity” of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the state.
Kejriwal had tweeted that “BJP is terribly scared” soon after Patel announced her offer to resihn chief minister’s post.
Kejriwal also claimed that “the resignation is a victory of AAP’s fight against corruption in the state.”
Gujrat’s CM resignation offer came a day after massive protest rally by Dalits following the thrashing of four youths of the community by cow-protectors for allegedly skinning of dead cow after killing it in Una
However, the Congress general secretary in-charge of Gujrat Gurudas Kamat said, “It was a long overdue.”
Mayawati has also announced to meet the four victims and their relatives on August 4.