These surveys will not come true, the Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha told reporters at the airport here without elaborating. She was asked to comment on pre-poll surveys which have projected the Arvind Kejriwal-led fledgling party bagging 50-60 seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
The one-year-old outfit's stunning electoral debut in Delhi spoilt BJP's chance of ruling the city-state despite emerging as the single largest party in the December Assembly polls.
Asked about allegations of sexual harassment levelled by a law intern against a former Judge of the Supreme Court, Swaraj said a thorough probe is needed in the matter. Swaraj is in the city to address a women's rally organised by local unit of BJP.