She also admitted that her party had during the last assembly election "underestimated" AAP, which had decimated Congress after a 15-year rule in the national capital.
Holding BJP responsible for the "communal atmosphere" in the country, the 76-year-old senior Congress leader said programmes such as "Ghar Wapsi' and other activities of certain right-wing outfits have sparked tension among minorities which was "extremely worrying".
"It may not be fair to say whether they have done good or bad. But some of the things they have done are frightening like taking the ordinance route. Then what is the need for Parliament. Have 'acche din' really come? Look at the communal atmosphere that has been created. It is frightening," Dikshit said.

Dikshit, who was Chief Minister of Delhi from 1998 to 2013, said the communal harmony in Delhi has also been affected after NDA came to power at the Centre. "Delhi witnessed riots after 16-17 years and we had a church being burnt."
Admitting that Congress had underestimated AAP in the 2013 assembly polls, she said a "feeling of fatigue" could have also played a part in Congress' electoral drubbing. The Congress had managed to win only eight seats in the 70-member Assembly.

"We underestimated Kejriwal and Aam Aadmi Party in the  last elections," she said claiming that Congress was better prepared this time to face the election.
The AAP had made a dream debut winning 28 seats in the polls over an year ago. Dikshit, herself, had faced an ignominious defeat in New Delhi constituency by a huge margin of over 25,000 votes at the hands of Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal.
Asked about the controversy following her reported comments on possibility of Congress supporting AAP in case of a hung verdict, Dikshit said her party will never ever support "communal BJP" and she only stated a matter of fact what the party did after the last assembly elections.

"I never said Congress will support AAP. I only said party will not support a communal party which is BJP," she said.

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