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NEW DELHI: As his party looked set to form the next government in Delhi, with a gigantic majority, Delhi’s next chief minister Arvind Kejriwal spoke exclusively to NDTV.
“This is the people’s victory. My first priority will be to end “rishvatkhori”(bribes),” he said.
He also said, “I had no nervous moments, we knew people were with us. I promise to be the janta’s Chief Minister and end corruption and VIP culture.”
The 46-year-old taxman turned activist turned politician said, “I am an ordinary man, I am Janta ka CM.”
“I will not say anything rude about Kiran Bedi,” Mr Kejriwal said when asked to comment about his main rival for the post of chief minister in these elections. Throughout the campaign in the Delhi elections, Mr Kejriwal maintained that Ms Bedi, who joined the BJP last month, was “a very nice lady in the wrong party.”