New Delhi, Jan 12: Confident of winning the Delhi Assembly elections Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal said that 'his party was in a straight contest with the BJP in the upcoming assembly elections.
Referring to Congress's minimal presence in the capital, Kejriwal said that the Congress didnt have any presence, there is a straight fight between AAP and BJP.
Kejriwal said: "Last time they (Congress and BJP) took us lightly, everyone in the media showed that we would get two or three seats, no one expected that we will win with so many seats, no one expected that we would form the government."
Kejriwal said that the BJP had lost its connect with the people. "BJP is fighting the elections one after another after the Lok Sabha polls but in Delhi they are breathless," he said.
Kejriwal was in Bengaluru on Sunday for a fund raising lunch organised by the AAP- Karnataka .