AAP National Convener Arvind Kejriwal said that he would not quit politics, if he lost the elections. He added that he will stay in the political fray till he wipes out corruption from the country.
In an interview with CNN-IBN he said, "I won't quit if AAP loses the Delhi election, I'm here for good. I want to make
Kejriwal: If we don't get majority, we won't support any party
India corruption free," he said. He then went on to blame the Congress and BJP saying that the two parties were hand in glove.
Kejriwal, who seemed confident of winning the elections said that a hung assembly in Delhi was a hypothetical question. "Our survey shows we will win. If we don't get majority, we won't support any party," he said.
The Election Commission on Wednesday refuted AAP's claims that the party was given a clean chit regarding the sting operation carried on the party by news portal Media Sarkar. The EC said in order to obtain a clean chit, the party had to take the legal course.