"I am sure he would fulfill his promises," Digvijay said in a tweet on Monday night.

"Success of Kejriwal should now encourage all those who are bitter critics of politics and politicians to participate in electoral politics," he said.

Ending the fortnight-long dead lock, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday staked claim to form the government in the national capital with outside support from the Congress which it had trounced in the December 4 Assembly polls.

45-year-old Kejriwal, who stormed into the political scene of Delhi only a year ago, will take over as the Chief Minister later this week.


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