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about the way forward for the party and the rationale behind some of its recent controversial decisions. Is AAP facing its biggest political challenge yet It is in the very nature of politics that you go through ups and downs There have been many tough moments I particularly remember the time when Anna announced that he was not with us Again just before the Delhi election there was the CD episode that broke Although it is silly to compare one tough time with another I would still imagine that those were tougher times But it could be subjective What is your reading of where AAP stands today We managed to put up 430 candidates something which was unthinkable for any alternative politics even one year ago. Our name and symbol recognition has spread I daresay from Kanyakumari to Srinagar We have more than 1 lakh active volunteers most of whom had no political experience but participated in the election and now provide a potential cadre We got more than 1 crore votes And for every one person who voted for us there were three or four more who considered us seriously but decided otherwise That is a large pool of goodwill And finally we managed to get four seats and a breakthrough in Punjab Yes we had disappointment Not winning a single seat in Delhi was a disappointment So were the results in Benaras and Amethi Not making a breakthrough in Haryana was a disappointment And that is why I say it is a good debut not a fantastic one I really do not understand this sense of gloom and defeat that I am expected to respond to or which is sometimes shared by some of my party volunteers as well We have made a good beginning The problem lies not so much with our performance but with the expectations You have spoken about the need for introspection There are two or three areas where we need to introspect on One is the experience of governance Clearly the citizen of Delhi and outside have given us a message We need to understand that message They are clearly saying something went wrong in the Delhi experiment One thing is clear They are clearly saying you should not have resigned They are also saying something else They are saying that we expect one thing from a party of protest and something different from a party in governance The people expect a party of protest to be aggressive loud But they expect a party in governance to be responsible restrained measured I don’t think people doubt our integrity or courage I guess they would like to see more of our seriousness in governance This is clearly an area we need to think harder on learn our lessons from and demonstrate to the public that we mean serious business when it comes to governance How do you intend to create that perception The first thing is to understand what people are saying then you come up with strategies The second lesson has to do with organisation Unlike other parties we set up a model of swaraj.?