India Against Corruption (IAC) turned Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Sunday took a jibe at Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh over his remarks against activist turned politician Arvind Kejriwal.
Leader and founder member of AAP, Kumar Vishwas, termed Digvijay Singh 'a very disciplined cadre of the RSS and anti-Congress parties' and said: "Whenever he comes out with his big mouth, there use to be a big dent in the Congress image. He brought the Congress to its lower limit when he was in Madhya Pradesh, thereafter in Bihar, and now in Uttar Pradesh."
"I challenge Mr. Digvijay Singh that ask their most beloved and popular leader, Rahul Gandhi, to come out from parliament and contest the by-elections form Amethi against Arvind Kejriwal. We will teach him a lesson that how election now will be fought in the country and what will be the results," said Vishwas.
Earlier today, the Congress leader had alleged Kejriwal of intellectual bankruptcy for naming his party after the Congress' Plank 'Aam Aadmi' (common man) and said that the later should first win a election even of municipal corporation. (ANI)