Kejriwal was allegedly stopped in Gujarat during his campaign. He alleged that he was detained by the police there for highlighting the corruption there.
While addressing the people in Gandhidham, he said,"There is rampant corruption in Gujarat."
However, he did not forget to take a tough stand in the role that the AAP protesters played in the AAP-BJP clashes that took place on Wednesday.
"If AAP workers indulge in violence, I will leave Gujarat. If any of my workers have indulged in violence I express regret," he said.
Hitting back at him, BJP said that AAP had broken the law as it did not have anyone's permission to protest outside the BJP headquarters.