Speaking to Times Now, Yadav dismissed BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi's impact on the BJP in the upcoming assembly elections and said that AAP national convenor Arvind Kejriwal was the alternative at assembly level.
Modi who was in Delhi last week and addressed many rallies and tried to give the party the final boost in the run up to the elections.
AAP will win 38-50 seats: Yadav
Yadav however, maintained that there was a silent wave for AAP in Delhi. "Our internal surveys project anywhere between 38 -50 seats and 36 per cent vote share in the assembly elections," he said.
The Delhi assembly elections this year has managed to create a huge buzz as it is going to be a three- way fight between political giants like BJP, Congress and the newest entry the AAP.