"I am personally not in favour of contesting election outside Delhi and want to focus with all our energies on the national capital. However, this is my personal opinion and not the party's so no decision has been taken on the issue yet,” the AAP chief said while addressing the NRI supporters on Google Hangout late on Sunday evening.

"We did well in Assembly Election in Delhi and if we continue to do well here, we can do well in other parts of the country as well," Kejriwal said.

AAP was looking to contest Assembly election in Haryana and Maharashtra, before the Lok Sabha polls, as the two states would witness polls later this year.

 The Aam Aadmi Party lashed out at the Centre for not dissolving the Delhi Legislative Assembly and said if there was a BJP wave, then why was the saffron party scared of elections.

Kejriwal said that party was looking to spread its tentacles in other parts of the country and was aiming to have presence in every village with minimum 10 workers on every booth.

"The BJP is not allowing the election to take place. If they say that there is a strong Modi wave then why is the government not dissolving the Delhi Assembly," Kejriwal said.

"There is a strong rumour that BJP will form the government with the support of five Congress MLAs and independents. If they are so strong then why it was involving in horse trading," Kejriwal alleged.

He also attacked Modi-led government for inflation, hike in railway fare and electricity crisis in Delhi.

"People are feeling betrayed. There is no respite from corruption and inflation and there has been a fare hike in the railways without announcing measures to improve it or put an end to corruption," he said, adding that there was no "systematic change".


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