Humbled by Anna Hazare, Arvind Kejriwal seeks change-of-heart reason
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A day after Anna Hazare made it clear that he will not vote for his party, AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal today said he will talk to the activist to know why his impression of his party changed.
Kejriwal said he will talk to him soon.
"Let me ask him what is it that gave him that impression. If we are doing something wrong, we will change that," he told reporters here.
He said a few days ago Hazare had said that the party is "very good" and he will support them. "So I will ask him why did he say that," he said.
Hazare had yesterday blamed Kejriwal's fascination for power for the split in the anti-graft movement and said that he will not vote for the Aam Aadmi Party, charging that it is going the same way as others by taking the path of 'money through power' and vice versa.
Anna Hazare says he will not vote for Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party
Blaming Arvind Kejriwal\'s fascination for power for split in anti-graft movement, Anna Hazare on Thursday said he will not vote for the Aam Aadmi Party charging that it is going the same way as others by taking the path of \'money through power\' and vice versa.
Asked whether his former aide has become "greedy" for power, the 75-year-old activist said, "It was right".
"I thought I will (vote for AAP) but now I find it difficult because it is being seen that it is moving towards the path of \'money through power and power through money\', I will not be anywhere near them," he said during a programme organised by TV channel.