"I don't know why Anna accused me of being driven by the lure of money and personal ambition. Is there any evidence on this? Just two days before he unleashed this charge, he told me he will campaign for me. I can't read Anna's mind. But I still have the highest respect for him," said Kejriwal at Headlines Today's Right To Be Heard programme.
"Anna feels the movement should continue. We feel until the politics of the country is changed, nothing is going to change. Now, it's up to the people to judge me."
With charges of hatching a plot to kill Anna to 'usher in a revolution' is doing the rounds, Kejriwal rubbished them. "Swami Agnivesh, who levelled these accusations, was part of the team. Why didn't he go out and tell Prashant Bhushan and Kiran Bedi that I was hatching a murderous conspiracy. Why is he telling this now when elections are round the corner? He's the same man who was caught on camera selling the movement to Kapil Sibal," he was quoted in India Today.
He has started his poll campaign in Delhi. We have to wait and watch if Aam Admi Party will be able to garner votes.