Pradyot said both the national parties, BJP and Congress faced huge loss in the Delhi Assembly election.
India has shown that both national parties need to wake up because youth of India are rejecting their politics of divide, hatred and entitlement.
Pradyot said it is clear from Delhi Assembly election results that in India if anyone wants to do politics on the basis of religion, caste, creed and language, people will not accept them.
According to Pradyot, Delhi people showed they are not interested in Pakistan and national issues, rather keen in local issues.
Tripura’s former chief minister Manik Sarkar congratulated AAP for the victory in Delhi Assembly election.
According Manik Sarkar, what AAP has done in the last five years for the development of Delhi and Delhi’s people, they got the result in election.
People voted them on the basis of their development work, he said.
Voters rejected communal issues, he added.
According to Manik Sarkar, BJP got a lesson from this Assembly election, for their anti-people and divisive politics, mis-governance, attack on students and youths, financial crisis, failure to create jobs.
Manik Sarkar said BJP is losing in every state, and it has proved that people are not liking their divisive politics or politics based on religion.
For Manik Sarkar, democracy has won in the country’s national capital and AAP’s win is encouraging.