He said that the AAP had been in the habit of demanding resignations from others in the past over trivial issues but was now "slightly confused", suggesting that there was difference in the AAP's practice and performance.
On the issue of rape of a Danish woman in Delhi, he wondered as to how the Kejriwal government will deal with the serious matter as it was in the "Helpline and SMS decision mode".
"They won't have any one (minister) left after two-three months," Congress spokesman Sandeep Dikshit told reporters when asked if Law Minister Somnath Bharti, indicted recently in a case of "tampering with evidence", should resign.

At another point, Dikshit dubbed AAP as a "group of people with contradictory ideas".

He said this when he was told that a JNU professor having controversial views on Kashmir has joined AAP. Dikshit recalled that AAP leader Prashant Bhushan too has made contentious remarks on the Kashmir issue.
Earlier, Salman Khurshid had also attacked the AAP and dubbed it "anarchist" with "jurassic" ideas out to destroy the system.

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