On Tuesday, Congress President Rahul Gandhi over the uncertainty of tying up Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi revealed that his party was open to stitching alliances across the country and was “very flexible” on the issue.
Rahul Gandhi while talking to the reporters said “There is no confusion on this. The situation is actually very clear on this issue. We have constructed alliances.”
“We have been open to construct alliances and we have done it across the country. We are very flexible on this issue,” Mr. Gadhi added. After rejecting the fact the Congress has been unable to make alliances in several parts of the state, Mr. Gandhi stated that his party and AAP have alliances in Bihar, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu as well as in some other states.
The Congress President further said, “We have an alliance in Bihar, we have an alliance in Jharkhand, we have an alliance in Tamil Nadu, we have an alliance in Maharashtra, so, I do not know where you are getting (this)..which newspapers you are reading, but, as far as I can see we have alliances across the country.”
There has been uncertainty that if Congress will make an alliance with AAP in Delhi or not. The decision was on Rahul Gandhi in this regard. Earlier, the party decided to contest alone in Delhi and finalized the candidates but some of the party units did not agree with the decision.
AAP chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal accused the Congress as a party of “arrogance” that Mr. Gandhi rejected an alliance with AAP.

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