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Kiran Walia slams Lovely, BJP

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leader Kiran Walia on Tuesday slammed Arvinder Singh Lovely for quitting the party and joining BJP, saying he should be "ashamed of conveniently shifting ideologies for personal political gains".

Terming Lovely's joining as an "act of pure oppurtunism", Walia said: "Nothing could be more selfish than the fact that Lovely joined - a party having diametrically opposite ideology to the "

She said the party made Lovely a cabinet minister at a very young age and he also served as the youngest chief of Delhi

She said the move reflected "blatant opportunism" on part of the which "conveniently gave shelter to those which it has been attacking for decades."

--IANS

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Congress leader Kiran Walia on Tuesday slammed Arvinder Singh Lovely for quitting the party and joining BJP, saying he should be "ashamed of conveniently shifting ideologies for personal political gains".

leader Kiran Walia on Tuesday slammed Arvinder Singh Lovely for quitting the party and joining BJP, saying he should be "ashamed of conveniently shifting ideologies for personal political gains".

Terming Lovely's joining as an "act of pure oppurtunism", Walia said: "Nothing could be more selfish than the fact that Lovely joined - a party having diametrically opposite ideology to the "

She said the party made Lovely a cabinet minister at a very young age and he also served as the youngest chief of Delhi

She said the move reflected "blatant opportunism" on part of the which "conveniently gave shelter to those which it has been attacking for decades."

--IANS

ps/ruwa/dg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Kiran Walia slams Lovely, BJP

leader Kiran Walia on Tuesday slammed Arvinder Singh Lovely for quitting the party and joining BJP, saying he should be "ashamed of conveniently shifting ideologies for personal political gains".

Terming Lovely's joining as an "act of pure oppurtunism", Walia said: "Nothing could be more selfish than the fact that Lovely joined - a party having diametrically opposite ideology to the "

She said the party made Lovely a cabinet minister at a very young age and he also served as the youngest chief of Delhi

She said the move reflected "blatant opportunism" on part of the which "conveniently gave shelter to those which it has been attacking for decades."

--IANS

ps/ruwa/dg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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