BJP's Delhi unit chief, Satish Upadhyay also targeted Kejriwal over the alleged horse-trading audio tape involving the AAP leader.
    
Questioning AAP over its transparent and ethical brand of politics, Upadhyay claimed that the Kejriwal-led government has failed to fulfill promises made like providing free water (20,000 litres per household a month), electricity (up to 400 unit consumption), WiFi, deploying marshals in DTC buses for women's safety, installation of CCTV cameras and assurance of cutting down administrative expenses amongst others.
    
The BJP also said it will pursue the issue of alleged fake certificate submitted by Minister Jitendra Tomar to get enrolled in a law college, and would force him to quit.
    
"Tomar has misled his own government. There is hearing pending before court in this regard. We will force him to resign if his degree is proved bogus," he said.
    
Referring to the audio tape as per which Kejriwal allegedly tried to poach six Congress MLAs including three Muslim legislators to form a government again after resigning, Upadhyay said he was engaging in communal politics.

"He is looking at Muslim bhais as only vote bank," Upadhyay said.

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