What the Uttarakhand High Court adjudicated was to decide for or against one kind of hanky-panky versus another.
The allegations, made by party MLA Rajesh Garg comes as a big embarrassment for Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal and his party, especially because they had pointed fingers at the BJP and the Congress during the 2013 Delhi Assembly elections alleging that the parties were involved in horse trading.
Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Friday said he would enter the ring as a "wrestler" without bothering about his win or loss.
JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar, who will present over 130 MLAs before the President this evening to show that he enjoys majority support in the Bihar Assembly, accused the Modi government of encouraging "horse-trading" of MLAs in the state and alleged collusion by the Governor.
Forty-seven percent Delhiites want fresh assembly polls in the national capital, said an opinion poll.
The BJP had enough warning, but they did not pay heed. If they are caught in a sting operation now, they have only themselves to blame. This is, in short, senior AAP leader Manish Sisodia’s take on a BJP leader getting caught on camera trying to lure an AAP legislator with money in exchange for support for the BJP in government formation in Delhi.
Slamming BJP over allegations that it was trying to poach Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs, Congress on Monday said it had "betrayed" the people.
Delhi BJP vice president Sher Singh Dagar, accused by AAP of horse-trading, said the AAP leader met him to say he wished to join the BJP.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) released a video tape claiming to show BJP resorting to horse-trading to form the Delhi government.
Kejriwal also questioned the basis over which LG will reportedly invite BJP to form government in Delhi and termed it as a "deliberate" invitation to form government "dishonestly".
The Aam Aadmi Party today launched a fresh attack on Lt Governor Najeeb Jung, accusing him of encouraging horse trading by not dissolving the Delhi Assembly when all political parties concerned have expressed inability to form a government in the national capital.
Arvind Kejriwal said he has requested the Delhi Lieutenant-Governor (LG) for an appointment with all AAP MLAs over the formation of government in Delhi.
Aam Aadmi Party is all set to launch an 'autorickshaw campaign' in the national capital with a view to "exposing BJP."
AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal along with his party legislators will meet President Pranab Mukherjee over the alleged "horse trading" by the BJP in Delhi.