Arvind Kejriwal seeks second chance, to rehaul AAP at ground level

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Kejriwal apologises, seeks second chance
New Delhi, May 30: After his brief stint in jail, AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal addressed his party volunteers on Thursday and asked them to apologise to the people of Delhi, seeking a second chance.

Kejriwal said: "When you go to the people, I request you to not argue with them. Apologise for our mistakes and ask them for one more chance."

This was Kejriwal's first address to his party volunteers after the Lok Sabha elections. He also said that his party would stay in government for five years and will not run away this time.

Kejriwal: Apologise for our mistakes and ask them for one more chance

Sounding confident about the Delhi elections, Kejriwal said that the Delhi elections are expected to take place in October. "The Delhi Assembly will be dissolved soon, we all hope that AAP comes to power with a majority this time," he said.

Kejriwal also announced a rehaul of the party structure and said that he would monitor all the arrangements in Delhi.

Kejriwal also apologised to this volunteers for not being accessible. "After the Delhi election I was busy with government. Immediately after i resigned I began with the party campaign," he said and added that from now on he would be more accessible.

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