When Arvind Kejriwal took over as chief minister of Delhi in 2014, the first observations of the political pundits ranged from expecting a quick stretch of Aam Aadmi Party in all states to competing the rooted parties BJP and Congress nationwide. Considering that next round of state elections just around, it would be interesting to see how things will roll out for AAP and its chief.
Aiming to gain some good numbers in Goa and Punjab polls next year, Arvind Kejriwal himself making inroads to majority of constituencies by frequent road shows and public gatherings. Addressing the Scheduled tribe and Schedules Caste members of the party last night, the Delhi CM says, 'AAP doesn't have money to fight election and I can show you my bank account too.'
Despite being the head of a sensational Indian party, Kejriwal fails to inherit the characteristics of a conventional political party leader and so, we are seeing such results. One would find it odd to know the status of ruling party in Delhi, AAP.