Finally, Kejri Asks Supporters to Forgive Him For ‘Mistake’
Party chief publicly admits for the first time that the decision was a mistake has admitted that his call to quit was wrong. He had first shown signs of regret in an interview to ET last month when he said he should have taken people into confidence before submitting his resignation. Over the next one week, the party will hold public meetings across 272 wards in the capital to apologise publicly for its action and request the electorate to bring it back with majority. The AAP faced a complete rout across all seven LS seats here in the just concluded elections. According to Kejriwal, people were angry because they felt the party had “left them in the lurch.” Three months after the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi resigned, party chief Arvind Kejriwal publicly admitted the decision was a “mistake” and asked supporters to forgive him. The AAP, however, has dropped its plan to form the government again as the Congress has ruled out extending support to the fledgling party.
Although AAP leaders, including Kejriwal, have earlier apologised for acting impulsively, they have always stood by the decision to resign. This is the first time Kejriwal