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Has Kejriwal admitted his mistake too late?
While speaking to a English business daily Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal accepted that he made a mistake by resigning as Delhi's chief minister. This is for the first time Kejriwal admitted that his hasty decision was mistimed and because of this a communication gap occurred between his party and the public.

In his interview with Economics Times, Kejriwal promised that he would be more careful in near future while taking crucial calls.

Though Kejriwal has admitted his mistake, but is it too late when he realised that people of Delhi were not happy with his decision of quiting from the post of the CM?

We spoke to few Delhi MLAs of AAP and the party supporters to know their view on Kejriwal's latest acceptance.

Jarnail Singh, AAP MLA from Tilak Nagar

Politics is all about standing on your principles and fighting on the same. And AAP believes in it only. I believe that on the basis of same we will win. I have no idea about any of his interviews. You might have misinterpreted some bogus news.

Girish Soni, AAP MLA from Madipur

He is making such statement for public only. Our party stands for 'Aam Janta' and it isn't bad to clarify or explaining things to the public. Party's intention was good behind such decision. Kejriwal had resigned for common man rights and Jan Lokpal bill is one of it. Even Kejriwal himself experienced that it is pretty tough to make things understand to public but he still clarified things. After he resigned people addressed him with a word 'Bhagoda' and alleged that he ran away from his responsibility but in realm he didn't. Just to fill that communication gap he made such statement. See, for us public opinion matters the most but if public doesn't stand with us then AAP existence is absurd. And I think that this statement had been made by this point of view only.

Amit Sahu, AAP Supporter and a Journalism student

His foul image had been created by the Congress and BJP only. They addressed him first with this word i.e. 'Bhagoda' but he was not the one who can step back from his responsibilities. And after this statement he had cleared the same to public. And he had also conveyed his message that he was, he is and he will always be there to fight for common man's rights. Honestly, I feel that the Congress and BJP will leave no opportunity to knock AAP image down before public.

Nitish Uniyal, AAP Supporter and Journalism student

This is called democracy. He had just made his point clear. And I feel that there is nothing bad in it.

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