New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday reportedly said that only he knows how he spent 49 days as the chief minister of Delhi with constant interference of Congress.
“There was constant interference from Congress in every work. Only I know, how I spend each day during my tenure as the CM,” Kejriwal said while addressing a rally in Delhi, the ANI reported.
Kejriwal further told people that he would have never resigned from the post of CM if AAP would have won 36 seats in the last Assembly elections.
The AAP chief had quit as Delhi CM after being in power of 49 days in the national capital paving way for fresh Assembly elections.
Meanwhile, Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam said that Kejriwal only concentrated on 'dharnas' and not work and is blaming Congress when asked about his resignation despite unconditional support by Congress.
“Congress had extended unconditional support to AAP and had not put any conditions before them. Kejriwal never wanted to work but only concentrated on 'dharnas',” Nirupam told ANI.
Delhi Assembly polls will be held on February 7 and counting of votes will take place on February 10.