AAP will form Delhi govt: Kejriwal

New Delhi, Sept 18 : Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal has said he is confident that his party will win the Delhi assembly elections.

"We are winning. Various surveys show this. Yogendra Yadav, the country's best psephologist has done a survey according to which 47pc of people in Delhi are saying they want to give a chance to the Aam Aadmi Party. Compared to that, only 29pc favour the BJP and 25pc support the Congress," Kejriwal told NDTV.

"So AAP is forming the government with an overwhelming majority. Many are saying it's a new party. It's based on truth and sincerity. We don't have money. We don't have the paraphernalia you'll see in other parties," he said.

"What is it that's driving people towards us? What is that magnetic force? Truth and only truth. That's what has kept us alive in the last two years of the Anna movement. Every kind of conspiracy was hatched against us, to kill the movement, to kills us, destroy us. It's our perseverance for truth that kept us going," he said.

Kejriwal said the popularity of AAP is growing day by day.

"Some TV channels have done surveys projecting us as kingmakers, projecting a hung assembly. Our popularity is increasing by the day. The vote share is increasing exponentially by the day," he told NDTV.

"For the Congress and the BJP, it's coming down. For the Congress, it's steep. We're moving up, they're coming down. At one point, we'll overtake these people. This is going to translate into votes," he told the news channel.

--IBNS (Posted on 18-09-2013)

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