"This is all a drama. I just don't understand how just in two days time he became the well-wisher of the entire public of Delhi and he began taking note of all the defects. Has he ever done a constructive work in Delhi? Did he ever raise his voice for a poor man?" asked Agarwal.
"He was nowhere in the picture for the last 40 years, and all of a sudden he began taking note of all the drawbacks," he added.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader on Friday (April 5) announced that he would end his 14-day-long fast on Saturday (April 6). He started his fast on March 23 to protest against inflated power and water bills in the national capital.
Kejriwal's announcement to end his fast came a day after his former colleague and anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare requested him to end his fast. While announcing the end of his fast in front of his supporters at Sunder Nagri, Kejriwal said he would have wished to break his fast in the presence of Anna Hazare, but due to Annaji's busy schedule he will not be able to be present tomorrow. "Annaji has sent his blessings and I thank him for that," the AAP leader added.
Kejriwal said he was going to break his fast on a very auspicious day. "Tomorrow is 6th April and a very auspicious day as Mahatma Gandhiji on this day broke the salt law in 1930."
"I want to appeal to the citizens of Delhi that on April 06 that in all those houses, where the government has disconnected the domestic connection of electricity, people should connect their electricity wires again and for that, our activists would encourage and assist the poor in reconnecting electricity by visiting slums," he said.
"I challenge Sheila Dikshit to deploy its entire police force in each lane of the city to stop people but public and activists will reconnect all the cut off connections, now this movement will enter in next phase with inspiration from Mahatma Gandhi," he added.