New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today declined to comment on the ongoing rift in AAP, saying he will not speak on party matters, but would talk on governance in Delhi.
Taking a jibe at dissident leaders Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav, Kejriwal said if anyone wants immediate publicity they should resort to writing blogs against him.
“I will not break my silence. Let's talk about governance in Delhi. I will not asnwer any question related to my party. I have come to change politics and in next five years, I want to change Delhi,” Kejriwal said.
When asked about his comparison to Stalin by Bhushan and Yadav, he said, “It does not matter. We are here to talk about governance in Delhi. I am not running away (from the question). The people of Delhi do not care who says what,” andasserted that the crisis in the party will not affect the governance in Delhi.
“If anyone wants immediate publicity in the country, they can badmouth Kejriwal or write a blog against me. All the channels will run it as a breaking news,” Kejriwal said.