"In Delhi too, BJP going down. No agenda, no leadership, no direction. People rejecting its 'bhagoda' agenda," Kejriwal tweeted.
AAP is of opinion that the BJP did not do well as per their expectations in the two states, which saw the saffron party emerging as a strong force.
Opposition parties have often termed Kejriwal as bhagoda, especially on social media, for quitting as the chief minister.
Citing an opinion poll by a news channel, the former Delhi chief minister said, AAP is gaining ground in the city and was way ahead of the BJP.
"AAP- 48%, BJP- 40%, Cong- 7.5%," he tweeted, citing an opinion poll.