Post Delhi results Will it survive or won't it survive ? Sirsa is openly opposing BJP "The richest candidate in the fray who lost his seat from Rajouri Garden, Sirsa said he was standing next to Union Minister of State Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti when she made her â€˜ramzaadon-vs-haramzaadonâ€™ remark at a public meeting. It was this remark and the support that the BJP sought later from the Dera Sacha Sauda sect that â€œfinished my chances of winningâ€, he said" Sirsa, who won the assembly seat in 2013, said: â€œThe language she (Jyoti) used is not acceptable to anyone. It immediately alienated Muslim voters of my constituency. â€œIn Delhi, people are educated. They believe in secular tolerance and in everybodyâ€™s right to practice their religion. Fundamentalist views donâ€™t go down well with them,â€ he said. He questioned the BJP decision to project Bedi as a CM candidate. â€œThey brought in Kiran Bedi and declared her the CM candidate. What was the point? Did anyone benefit? They brought in MLAs and MPs who had lost, like Krishna Tirath from Congress. What message were they trying to convey? They never consulted individual MLAs before taking these decisions,â€ he said. â€œHow can the BJP take support from Dera Sacha Sauda before consulting us? We are their allies, weâ€™re helping them in Haryana and Punjab. Yet I learn from others that it is taking support from Dera Sacha Sauda. I put out ads in newspapers and told the media that we were against the group. But it was already too late,â€ he said. === Akali and BJP supporters fired at each other in Punjab. BJP minister's brother was thrashed by Akalis.