New Delhi: Former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit on Saturday cast her vote at Nirman Bhavan and said that the entire party will have to take the responsibility in case of defeat in the polls.
She further reiterated Congress' stand and said that the party will not support Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the Assembly elections.
“Congress leader Ajay Maken has already said that the party will not support AAP,” she told ANI.
The veteran Congress leaders said that the Delhi Assembly polls is a three-cornered election and its hard to predict as to who will win.
While talking to reporters, she also said that the elections have become “personality dominated”.
“People are talking less of manifesto and more of everything else,” Dikshit added.
Lauding the efforts of party workers, she said that the party workers had worked for the Assembly elections.
"Congress is putting up a tough fight. We are confident of a good performance," Dikshit said when asked about the polls, the PTI reported.