Kejriwal breaks Silence, sends Strong Message to Party to work for Delhi

New Delhi, March 14: AAP chief and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal finally broke his silence and sent a strong message to the party leaders to work for Delhi and change the political system instead of indulging in controversies.

Kejriwal, who is undergoing treatment in Bengaluru for his chronic cough, for the first time said during ongoing crisis that he was not Napoleon, the party won the Delhi polls with huge mandate, but now stands at other place. The party contested the polls and achieved victory aiming for a change in political system.

We presented Delhi as the role model city, I want to change the system, I want to give good governance in Delhi. If Delhi changes, India will change, he said.

However, he did not say anything about the stings that showed the cheap politics the party was indulged before the Delhi polls.

His statement came after several sting operations and the latest sting in which Kejriwal was heard saying his plan to get Muslim votes in Delhi polls to stop Prime Minister Narendra Modi wave.