AAP government corrupt, no promises fulfilled: BJP

New Delhi, March 25: Accusing the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi of corruption, the BJP on Saturday said it has failed to fulfil any of its poll promises even after being in power for over two years.

Addressing a huge gathering of party workers and supporters at Ramlila Maidan here, National President of the Bharatiya Janata Party Amit Shah said the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP government was "corrupt" as 13 of its MLAs have been charged with various offences.

"Kejriwal has asked us why BJP has not waived off farmers' loans in Uttar Pradesh as promised. We will fulfil all our promises but its not even a week since we formed the government there," Shah added.

The BJP chief said that the AAP government was not doing anything for the people of Delhi.

"There have been various cases of corruption against AAP MLAs," he said, adding that there has also been corruption in the Jal Board, Waqf Board and in other agencies under AAP's rule.

Shah also criticised Kejriwal for spending money meant for Delhi elsewhere to further his politics.

"Kejriwal would make huge promises before elections, but once the elections are over he is nowhere to be seen," he said.

The BJP chief encouraged the party workers to go door-to-door in the national capital and convince people to vote for the BJP in the civic elections to be held on April 23.