Jaadon, conspicuous wearing an AAP cap that said "I am a common man, I want complete swaraj" also asked Sinha whether the measures taken by Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje, such as removing red beacon from official vehicles, would have been possible if it were not for the AAP’s revolutionary methods.
Sinha replied that no party had a copyright over setting examples of moral behavior and many steps the AAP claims to have taken had been followed by politicians earlier also.
Later, speaking to HT, Jaadon said, "I have a right to ask questions as a common man. Is not calling Yashwant Singh to this festival political? Is not calling Salman Khurshid political? Any person who asks a question here has a certain political leaning."
Another AAP member, wearing a cap similar to Jaadon’s, said, "We have been here and we will be here tomorrow also. In fact, at least 500 visitors to the festival have signed up for AAP membership."