Arvind Kejriwal: This could be our last session in the Delhi Assembly

Kejriwal hints at resignation
New Delhi, Feb 14: After the Jan Lokpal Bill hit rock bottom in the Delhi Assembly today, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal in his speech hinted 'stepping down from the CM post' and said that he was ready to sacrifice his post for his fight against corruption.

Kejriwal in his speech said: "We want to end corruption in India. I am ready to give my life for this and even ready to sacrifice the government for this. We are not here to save the government."

He added that this could be their last session in the Delhi Assembly hinting at his resignation.

Attacking the Congress and the BJP, Kejriwal said that if needed he would take to the streets to fight the parties opposing the Bill."Both the BJP and the Congress are hand-in-glove. They don't want the Bill to be passed," he said.

He also alleged that the BJP and the Congress had joined forces because the AAP had filed an FIR against Mukesh Ambani.

Meanwhile AAP workers have gathered outside the AAP headquarters where the AAP members will address a meeting.

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