Will focus on Delhi in next 5-10 years: Arvind Kejriwal
New Delhi: Bracing for the polls, Aam Aadmi Party Chief Arvind Kejriwal today said he will focus on Delhi for the next five to 10 years and any decision on fighting elections in other states will be taken only after people's mandate in the capital.
The civil servent-turned politician, who faced severe criticism for quitting as Delhi Chief Minister in February, said AAP was "fully ready" to take the electoral plunge and identified BJP as its main opponent.
"We are only concentrating on Delhi. As far as I am concerned, I am going to focus on Delhi for next five to 10 years," Kejriwal, who led AAP to a dream debut in the Assembly polls in December last year, said.
Noting that a strong base in the national capital was necessary for the party's growth, the 46-year-old leader said any decision on fighting elsewhere will be taken after polls in Delhi.
"Till Delhi elections, we are not fighting in any other election. After polls here, the party will decide where to fight and where not to fight," he told PTI.
The AAP leader also strongly rejected criticism that he does not know how to govern, saying people were amazed to see the speed at which the AAP government was taking decisions and provided relief to them.