Chennai: A day after Arvind Kejriwal's resignation as Delhi Chief Minister, Union Minister G K Vasan today said AAP leader and his cabinet ministers have "missed a good chance" to run the government which his party has given them.
"We gave a chance to AAP in Delhi. But the CM and ministers of AAP have proved that they were not fit for running a government. People have lost faith in them and will not support them again. They have missed a good chance," Vasan told reporters on the sidelines of a function here.
Replying to a query on the issue of talks between Indian and Sri Lankan fishermen, he said talks between fishermen of both the countries would continue to find a solution to the existing problem.
"...The talks will continue. The Centre will put a fullstop to the fishermen issue through talks," he said.
To a query on his party's alliance for upcoming Lok Sabha polls in the state, the senior Congress leader said, "there were direct and indirect talks with many parties in Tamil Nadu, but decision of All India Congress Committee (AICC) on alliance will be final.