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Will not quit this time, Kejriwal tells New York

Kejriwal also hit out at those saying that the party was falling apart since leaders such as Shazia Ilmi left

By: Press Trust of India | New York | Published: December 9, 2014 2:50:48 am
kejriwal-l Kejriwal addresses his supporters at the Sheraton in New York on Sunday. (Source: IE photo by PTI)

Arvind Kejriwal on Monday assured his supporters in the US that he will not repeat the “mistake” of resigning if the Aam Aadmi Party returns to power in Delhi.

Kejriwal, who had a packed schedule in the city on Sunday, acknowledged to AAP volunteers and supporters during a meeting here that the party had made a “wrong political assessment” of resigning 49 days after coming to power in Delhi in a stunning debut last year.
“At that time, we had thought that if we resign, there would be elections soon and the party would come back stronger,” Kejriwal told about 200 volunteers wearing the trademark white cap and holding banners and placards.

Kejriwal also hit out at those saying that the party was falling apart since leaders such as Shazia Ilmi left.

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