Won`t quit politics even if AAP loses: Arvind Kejriwal
New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal Wednesday said he would not quit even if his party loses the Dec 4 assembly elections in Delhi.
"I won`t quit even if AAP loses the Delhi elections. I`m here for good. I want to make India corruption free," Kejriwal said in interview to a leading TV news channel.
The party created ripples on the political landscape of Delhi which has been the fiefdom of the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress.
Asked why people should vote for AAP, Kejriwal said, "First, we are very happy we don`t have that kind of experience ... experience to loot the country ... we are bringing fresh ideas on the table. You are asking for three reasons ... in our manifesto, we have hundreds of those."
"To run the government is not rocket science. If you have clear intentions, you will have solutions to solve the problems. Only if you are not one of the beneficiaries, you solve problems."
On the sting row, Kejriwal said, "The Election Commission has given a clean chit to AAP over sting operations. The EC even said political parties and media channels should not engage in such conspiracies."
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