"I'm not going to leave Amethi whatever the decision may be. My campaign to break the network of alleged touts will continue in Amethi," he said.
The AAP leader claimed that he has won the hearts of voters here.
"Whosoever may be the winner in Amethi, I have won the hearts of Amethi people," Vishwas said. Claiming that around 17,500 persons have registered themselves with AAP in this constituency, he said the party will establish permanent offices at block level to meet the challenges faced by the common man.
"AAP's volunteers will be doing there work in the interest of the society without disturbing any person or party," he said. Amethi went to polls on May 7.