In an interview to a leading English daily, Kejriwal said that he should have taken more time to explain the rationale behind it to the people.

Kejriwal had resigned as Delhi’s Chief Minister after running a government for 49 days. He quit after his government could not introduce the Jan Lokpal Bill in the Delhi Assembly as 42 MLAs opposed it in the 70-member assembly.

Kejriwal said while he had no regret over his decision to resign as Delhi’s Chief Minister but added that there was a major communication gap between the party and the people post his resignation.

He said the gap was filled by the BJP and Congress leaders who alleged that the Aam Aadmi Party ran away from its responsibility.

Kejriwal has been under fire from all quarters after he took the decision to quit.
Taking a jibe at his 49-day tenure as the Delhi Chief Minister, BJP's prime ministerial pick Narendra Modi had last month called him 'AK-49'.


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