New Delhi, March 14: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday broke his silence over the ongoing crisis of accountability in his party Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and sent out a message to the latter saying it has to provide good governance in Delhi and change the system.
In his first statement since leaving the capital for a medical treatment in Bangalore, Kejriwal said he is no Napoleaon aiming for poll victories and wants to change the political system.
He, however, did not comment on the stings that surfaced against him and his party last week.
Kejriwal said he was sure that the AAP will set up a new form of government in the country and the world. "Everyone says I fight a lot within the party. Everyone thinks that we've won in Delhi now we'll at other places too; I am no Napoleon," the Delhi chief minister said.
Former Congress legislator Asif Mohamad Khan on Friday made fresh claims of having tapes, including one of the AAP chief, though he failed to produce any. An earlier sting operation had claimed that Kejriwal had sought to poach Congress legislators to form a government in Delhi.
On Saturday, AAP leader Yogendra Yadav who found himself in a collision course with the top leadership recently and was shunted out of the Political Affairs Committee of the party along with Prashant Bhushan, defended Kejriwal against allegations of horse-trading. He said "innocuous conversations" were being publicised as stings to discredit the AAP.