Kejriwal also said he was sorry for Bedi as she has been "gagged" by the BJP.
    
Exuding confidence that his party will come to power in Delhi, Kejriwal said the BJP has pressed the "panic button" and was now resorting to "politics of poison" to avoid a defeat.

Kejriwal predicted that Congress will not win even a single seat which will obviate the need for him to take that party's support as he had done in 2013 to form his short-lived 49-day government.
    
The significance of election in Delhi went far beyond its borders and that was why the BJP was fielding its "big guns" for the campaigning, the former Delhi Chief Minister said in an interview.

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"They have pressed the panic button and that is why you see all these big guns campaigning for the party," he said and accused them of resorting to personal attacks against him, his family and the community he belongs to. "This shows their (BJP's) desperation and frustration," he said.
    
Referring to an attack on a South Delhi church this morning, he said this was in keeping with the pattern adopted by BJP in Uttar Pradesh where the electorate was polarised at the time of last year's Lok Sabha elections and by-polls.

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"This is what is the politics of BJP. They will try to polarise the society... We do politics of love and affection and they (BJP) do politics of poison," he said.
    
Responding to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's argument that it would be good to have a BJP government in Delhi which will work in tandem with BJP-led government at the Centre, he said he would work with Modi in a "constructive" spirit if his party comes to power.

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