Kejriwal returned to New Delhi on Friday and interacted with the people for almost six hours. Compared to his earlier campaigns, Friday's campaign was a low-key affair.
Kejriwal to fight it out against Sheila Dikshit and Vijender Gupta
"Till now we had only BJP and Congress, but this year we have an alternative. Please vote for clean politics. There is an imandar party in the fray and if you want to change the country, you have to change the government. Please spend the next few days telling everyone that they must vote for the jhadu. Come out on the streets and campaign for the Aam Aadmi Party," Kejriwal said.
Kejriwal's presence seems to have taken a backseat post the sting operation, which cast clouds of doubt on the party's image. However opinion polls still show that Kejriwal's party may upset the Congress and BJP in the upcoming elections.
Delhi will go to polls on December 4, where Kejriwal will fight it out against Sheila Dikshit and Vijender Gupta from New Delhi.