New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal completed his hat-trick on the power of capital with the victory of Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi Assembly elections. With this victory there is an atmosphere of celebration among the workers and leaders of Aam Aadmi Party. On this occasion, Chief Minister Arvind first addressed the people of Delhi by saying I love you. During this, Arvind Kejriwal thanked Hanuman ji and described himself as the son of Delhi.
It is known that according to the figures so far, the Aam Aadmi Party lead 63 seats, while BJP is leading in 7 seats. Congress account has not yet open its account. In 2015 assembly elections, the Aam Aadmi Party got 67 seats.
‘Thank you for trust’
From the stage of victory in the party office, Arvind said, “I want to thank all the Delhiites whole heartedly who trusted their son for the third time. This victory is not my victory, it is the victory of all Delhiites. This is the victory of every family in Delhi, who considered us as a son and gave us tremendous support and voted. This is the victory of every family who has started getting electricity. This is the victory of every family whose children are getting good education. The people of Delhi have given birth to a new type of politics in the country today, whose name is work politics. The people of Delhi have now given a message that vote is the one who will built the school.”
He further said, “The people of Delhi have given the message that the vote will be given only to those who will give electricity round the clock. Vote only to the one who will provide cheap electricity, water from house to house and make roads in the locality. This politics is a good sign for the country. This politics will take the country into 21st century.”
‘Hanuman ji blesses Delhi’
Arvind Kejriwal further said, “This is not the victory of Delhi, but the victory of Mother India. This is a victory for the whole country. Today is Tuesday, Hanuman ji’s day. Hanuman ji has showered favor on Delhi today. Many thanks to Hanuman ji. We all wish God to keep showing us the same direction in coming 5 years. Give us strength that as we served in the last five years, we continued to do so. I thank all Delhiites and activists.”