After asking rhetorically "Are you happy with Delhi's cleanliness?" Kejriwal said that people in Delhi were greatly upset by piles of garbage, choked drains and mosquito menace.
He said he was sick and tired of telling the BJP-run civic body to clean up Delhi despite his government giving it crores of rupees.
"They did nothing. I now seek your permission to clean up Delhi. I will make Delhi a sparkling city in just one year" if the AAP wins the municipal election, he said.
The AAP, which rules Delhi, is one of the key contenders in the municipal polls, the other two being the BJP and Congress.
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