Aam Aadmi Party's chief Arvind Kejriwal, who is all set to become Delhi's chief minister, has said he wants to end corruption and the national capital's VIP culture.
"I promise to be the janta's chief minister and end corruption and VIP culture," he told NDTV in an interview.
He also said an end to "rishvatkhor" ibribery will be his first priority.
In a triumphant mood, the former income tax officer, who became an anti-corruption activist to eventually become a politician, sounded humble. "This is the people's victory," he said.
He refused to criticise his rival and BJP chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi, despite the BJP's personal attacks on him in the fiercely-contested election. "I will not say anything rude about Kiran Bedi."