New Delhi: Joining hands with her husband Arvind Kejriwal in attacking the Congress, Sunita Kejriwal mocked former Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on a social media site.

Sunita Kejriwal shared pictures of the Congress roadshow which was attended by Sheila Dikshit and Priyanka Gandhi. In the pictures, 81-year-old Dikshit can be seen being held by someone from the back.

Sharing photographs of Congress rally, wife of the Delhi Chief Minister on Twitter wrote, “…congress should not have forced her into contesting this election.”

Sunita retweeted the picture that was posted by an AAP leader Swati Sachdeva with a message, “looking at this I feel sad and angry. One person is constantly holding Sheila ji so that she does not fall. One who could not stand without any support how will she stand for public work.”

Sachdeva who contested MCD election for AAP added that Priyanka Ji must have realised that she wasted her time on a forced candidate.

The attack on the two Congress leaders came a day after Arvind Kejriwal criticised Priyanka and Rahul Gandhi and said Priyanka Gandhi is wasting her time holding rallies in Delhi.

The AAP Supremo advised ‘Bhai-Behan’ to focus on states such as Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh where her party is in direct contest with the BJP. Criticising them, Kejriwal said both the brother and sister aren’t going to those places where there is a direct fight with BJP.

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After the alliance between the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Congress could not materialise in Delhi, both the parties have been attacking each other and have made it their strategy to negatively campaign against each other.

The AAP has made a team which is working to convince the voters that it is futile to vote for Congress while the grand old party on the ground is communicating how the AAP Delhi government failed to deliver their promises.

Congress and AAP have a common support base in Delhi. Both the parties enjoy the support of the poor, the minorities and large sections of the middle classes. In 2015 all these groups had overwhelmingly voted for AAP. Arvind Kejriwal continues to enjoy the support of minorities and Dalits, but Congress has been able to recover some of its lost ground.