Mumbai: AAP leader Mayank Gandhi said its chief Arvind Kejriwal's resignation as Delhi Chief Minister would not affect the party's poll prospects, even as the party candidate from North West Mumbai parliamentary seat claimed to have an edge over his competitors in the Lok Sabha elections.
“It was a legitimate political decision.
The country at this time needs institutional reforms. We quit the national capital for larger institutional games,” Gandhi said in an interaction with PTI journalists here.
He also denied that the party would bear the brunt of Kejriwal's decision to resign from chief ministership of Delhi in just 49 days.
Gandhi said that they choose to go back to the people only for reforms.