Speaking to IANS, AAP MP Sanjay Singh, who was mediating the alliance talks here, said, "The AAP rejected the Congress' proposal as it was impractical and wrong. The Congress is trying to give benefits to the BJP and help it in states including Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and Kerala."
"It is doing the same in Delhi," Singh added.
He said that the Congress was not ready for an alliance with the AAP in Punjab, where the latter has four MPs and 20 MLAs.
"They were neither ready for an alliance in Chandigarh where we got 1.5 lakh votes, nor in Goa where we have six per cent of the total vote share," Singh added.
"After rejecting all our offers, they expected us to give them three seats (in Delhi) where they have zero MP and MLA," he added.
The AAP MP said the Congress' proposal is intended to help the BJP. "So we rejected it," he added.
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