AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal claimed that the BJP was agitated because it was staring at defeat, and Congress was nowhere in the picture.
"It is the first time in 27 years that the BJP is so agitated. You go out on a street and ask people whom they would vote for. They would either say the AAP or the BJP. Those who say they would vote for the BJP reveal after five minutes that they and their entire mohalla were going to vote for broom (AAP's poll symbol)," Arvind Kejriwal said.
The AAP leader said looking at people's reaction, it appeared everyone was deserting the BJP to vote for the AAP. "We have contested elections in many states, but Gujarat is the first state where people are scared of declaring whom they would vote for. The common man is scared. Second, the Congress voters are nowhere to be found, and third, the BJP supporters are going to vote for the AAP in large numbers," he further claimed.