Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal who resigned to his post yesterday is now gearing up for to contest Lok Sabha polls due this May. With Jan Lokpal Bill not getting approval, Kejriwal wants to take the advantage of it and has put the blame on Congress and BJP. This seems merely a tactic of Aam Aadmi Party to get back to power in Delhi if elections are again held.
AAP sources say if re-polls are likely then Kejriwal may contest from Delhi Lok Sabha constituency as the party already announced that it would contest in 350 segments of the Lok Sabha. According to various surveys AAP may get a vote share of 7-8 percent in the Lok Sabha polls and so it is not leaving any stone to strike back at the political parties.