He went on to say that the AAP was changing its stand everyday. "AAP is an immature party. They are changing their stand everyday," he said.
Speaking on the current crisis that Delhi is facing in terms of forming a government, Gadkari said that AAP was scared of forming a government. "Aam Aadmi Party can't implement their manifesto that is why they don't want power'" he said.
Gadkari: AAP will not survive for more than three months
He also said that the AAP was trying to use Anna Hazare's movement for its own selfish political reasons and tried to create a divide in the anti-Congress votes.
Gadkari said: "AAP will not survive for more than three months."
Speaking about BJP's achievements, he said: "If BJP came to power at the Centre, it would create the separate state of Vidarbha." It was BJP-led NDA which had formed the new states of Uttarakhand, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh during its rule, he said.