CHANDIGARH: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Thursday denied any possibility of an alliance with Shiromani Akali Dal (Democratic).
Elaborating on the reports of an alliance between the AAP and the SAD (D), Leader of Opposition (LoP) in the Punjab Assembly Harpal Singh Cheema said instead of an alliance, discussion was carried out on the SAD (D) leaders to join the AAP in a meeting of senior AAP leader and Punjab affairs co-incharge Raghav Chadha and SAD (D) president Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa.
Cheema said the AAP would not form any alliance with the SAD (D) but all the leaders including Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa would soon join the AAP.
The LoP said the AAP and the SAD (Democratic) were working to save Punjab and both will come together on a platform to raise the voice and held various governments who had been in power, accountable for the harassment and mistreatment that the people of Punjab were facing for a long time.
He said SAD (Democratic) president Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa was positive and affirmative about joining the AAP and he would soon take a decision on it.