New Delhi, Feb 10: The AAP Tuesday said that it would not get into any confrontation with the Narendra Modi-led central government but cooperate with it.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate from the Greater Kailash constituency Saurabh Bhardwaj told IANS: "Our strategy would be to cooperate with the the central government," adding that the party, including its chief Arvind Kejriwal, was "very well-prepared" for the elections, and that the people voted for them because "they were victims of the system and wanted change."
"We will be pro-people," he said.
Asked what factors led to the party's landslide victory, he said: "People compared our 49-day rule with the BJP's eight to nine month tenure at the centre... and they understood that the BJP is catering only to a particular class and section, so they decided to move towards us."
On Kiran Bedi, the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) chief ministerial candidate, the former Delhi minister said: "We want her to win so that she can sit with us in the assembly and debate." (Bedi, however, lost from east Delhi's Krishna Nagar constituency.)