Seeking to corner the AAP over Shaheen Bagh shooter Kapil Baisala, the BJP on Tuesday night accused the Arvind Kejriwal-led party of hatching a "conspiracy" and "causing fear" in a community for vote-bank politics.
Addressing a press conference, senior BJP leader Prakash Javadekar also alleged that "their (AAP's) designs are very clear from the beginning and they are trying every trick".
The whole conspiracy of the AAP is to "divide society, cause fear in a community and create a vote bank," Mr Javadekar claimed.
Earlier in the day, after Shaheen Bagh shooter Baisala was identified as an AAP worker by police, BJP chief JP Nadda said it exposed the dirty face of the AAP and Mr Kejriwal who were playing with the country's security.
"This proves AAP misleads youth and pushes them on the wrong path. AAP's strategy is to divide two communities, they want to instigate riots in Delhi," Mr Javadekar alleged.
"AAP leader Sanjay Singh had said violence would take place in Delhi. Their conspiracy has been exposed by the Delhi Police," he claimed. "We condemn this politics of AAP," he added.
Mr Javadekar also claimed this was "not an isolated incident" as AAP leader Amanatullah Khan made a "very provocative speech", and the party supported Shaheen Bagh and did not give permission for prosecution of members of the "Tukde Tukde gang".