In the public meetings held in various, AAP has got a very positive and explicit response from the people of Delhi and "If things go on the same way, AAP will definitely form the government," party leader Manish Sisodia said.
Kejriwal dismissed the criticism about the party manifesto
Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal also hinted on Sunday that the decision on forming the new government in Delhi would be taken tonight or by tomorrow morning. "Most probably tonight or early tomorrow morning," he told reporters here while replying to a question on feedbacks that the party was receiving indicated that AAP was preparing to form the government.
Asked whether he would be able to live up to the manifesto, Kejriwal said that the party would fulfil the strong manifesto, which was prepared with consultation with experts.
Noting that the party has to have a few more meetings with the public on the issue of formation of the government, the AAP leader said, "The public choice is engaged in each and every step of the government formation."
As AAP seems well on course to form the government, on Sunday too the newly formed party, which bagged 28 seats in the Delhi Assembly elections trailing the BJP which has decided to sit in the opposition, will hold more meetings for feedback from the people and is likely to decide on government formation on Sunday. Over six lakh people responded through social media and text messages saying that the party should form the government and fulfil its poll promises.
With auditing of power companies and legislating the Jan Lokpal bill to be the top priorities for AAP, the party chief Arvind Kejriwal dismissed Congress and BJP's view that running a government is not an easy task and sounded confident saying that his party can run a government and do a better job than the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress if it assumed office, adding that the political parties should stop challenging AAP.
On the penultimate day of the ongoing referendum, Kejriwal said "We have received both point of views, where some people feel that we should have nothing to do with politics and should stay away from it and there are others who feel that we should form government. We will completely go by public opinion,"
Kejriwal also dismissed the criticism about the party manifesto and said that it is practical and implementable. "Congress has not been able to fulfill its 1998 manifesto so why are they are challenging us? It is our priority and we will achieve it," he said
AAP had promised to reduce electricity tariff by 50 per cent and supply of at least 700 litres of clean water to each household and also had said that the party will regularise unauthorized colonies within a year if voted to power.
With agency inputs