New Delhi: He calls himself a “political revolutionary” now, but Arvind Kejriwal says that he had never imagined that he would plunge into politics, form a party and contest elections.
“I had never imagined that I would get into politics,” the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and Delhi Chief Minister said.
When he sat on an unprecedented dharna on the streets of Delhi last month demanding action against some policemen, Kejriwal had described himself as an “anarchist”.
Today he explains that remark by arguing that corrupt political and corporate leaders, some bureaucrats and some in the media were living happily while the common man was unhappy.
“When we spoke about changing the system, it results in anarchy for these people. For them, yes, I am an anarchist,” he told PTI editors here.