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Unfollowed by Kejriwal, Lamba now flirts with BJP, claims the party approached her to come onboard

Before rumours of her being courted by BJP could hit the social media, Lamba has come out and denied such rumours.

Weeks after AAP supremo and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal unfollowed AAP MLA Alka Lamba on Twitter, took to Twitter to ‘thank’ BJP leaders for approaching her trying to poach her and induct her into the BJP.

The AAP leader who was once associated with the Congress before shifting loyalties to AAP, said that since last few days, BJP leaders have been trying to explain to her that she is much better off in the BJP. She said that she is not for her own political future, but for the future of those on whom the future of our country depends on: the poor, the farmers and the labourers. She said this is a fight of ideologies.

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Amusingly, Lamba’s denial of her being offered to join BJP came before the rumours of her being courted by BJP could even hit social media.

Her subsequent tweet was even more interesting.

She said that it may be possible that in the upcoming elections (Delhi Assembly also goes to elections early next year in less than a year’s time), but she will always support whichever leader takes a decision in favour of the country.

Lamba was recently also removed from AAP’s WhatsApp group. As a wise man once said, ‘unhone lagbhag mana kar diya hai…’

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