Kejriwal, while speaking to media, asserted that he is ready to die if his death brings solution for Kashmir problem.
"If my death finds a solution for Kashmir, I am ready," said Kejriwal while asking a few questions to the attackers who ransacked AAP office.
According to reports, 35-40 unidentified men pelted stones at the office which didn't have much security arrangements in place. The Hindu Raksha Dal is allegedly behind the attack.
If my death finds a solution for Kashmir, I am ready: Arvind Kejriwal
AAP leader Kumar Vishwas, however, alleged that right-wing forces including the BJP and the Sri Ram Sena was responsible for the attack.
The attackers vandalised flower pots and abused Dilip Pandey, an AAP leader, who was present on the spot. They also misbehaved with the women, sources in the AAP said.
Apparently, it seems that the attack at AAP office was carried out as a protest against AAP leader Prashant Bhushan's statement on referendum in Kashmir. Senior Supreme Court advocate Bhushan irked a controversy seeking a referendum on army rule in Jammu and Kashmir.
Meanwhile, Bhushan called the protesters "frustrated". He also blamed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Sangh parivar for ransacking the party office.