Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) President Arvind Kejriwal warns voters in New Delhi not to "fall into the trap of voting for Prime Minister Narendra Modi" as he will not be
governing the city.
Talking to NDTV, Kejriwal said that it was the media which was projecting the upcoming Assembly elections in Delhi as a face-off between himself and Modi.
"It's a battle between Jagdish Mukhi and Kejriwal, not Modi and Kejriwal," said the former Delhi Chief Minister (CM).
Kejriwal also went on to emphasise on a different agenda this time around for fighting the Delhi elections.
Highlighting AAP's achievements during their 49-day governance of the capital city, Kejriwal spoke about the clampdown on corruption, cutting down the power prices and bettered water supply amongst other things.
While criticising BJP's efforts of buying over AAP MLAs in the last few months, the AAP chief furthermore came up with his own agenda of making the Indian capital a
better place via 'Delhi Dialogues.'
Kejriwal also admitted his folly in resigning as Delhi CM and vowed not to repeat the mistake again.