The Congress leader has slammed AAP leader Arvind Kumar as “silly” and “a dangerous man”.
In an interview to be aired on Sunday on Indian TV channel Firstpost, Gandhi said he has no problem giving the leadership to a person who is “diligent, dedicated and honest”.
“I have had no problem in giving leadership to Arvind, who has been honest, loyal and honest.
I have given leadership to many leaders.
I will not be a follower of any leader who does not stand for truth and integrity.
It’s unfortunate that Arvind has not stood for truth, honesty and integrity,” Gandhi said.
Gandhi also slammed the “toxic” discourse between the two.
“Arvind Kejriwal is a poisonous person.
He is the epitome of toxic discourse.
He has created an atmosphere of hatred, bitterness and hatred.
He uses divisive language,” he said.
Arvind, however, denied the allegation.
“The allegations levelled against Arvind are baseless and baseless.
This is a slander and I deny them,” he tweeted.
Gandsahe, who is yet to be appointed as the country’s first woman chief minister, said he was also keen to see how the party and its leaders would work together.
“I have asked Arvind to get the party leadership together and I want to see what they will do in order to bring about a change in the situation,” he added.