He tweeted “When you take the path of honesty, you are bound to face hurdles. This is natural. However, all the forces of the universe come together to help you. God helps you. Because, you are not working for your own selfish goals, you are working for the country and the society. History is the witness that in the end, truth prevails.”
These developments do not threaten the Kejriwal government as it has 65 MLAs in the 70-member assembly. But still, the BJP and Congress demanded that Arvind Kejriwal must resign on moral grounds.
Those 7 MLAs moved to the Delhi High Court challenging the EC’s recommendation but the bench headed by Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal refused to pass any interim order.