Hours after Arvind Kejriwal accepted that his decision to make the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi resign from office was a poorly conceived strategy, Anna Hazare, the former mentor of the AAP convenor, said it was Kejriwal's hunger to be prime minister that had led him to quit. Speaking to <em>Firstpost</em> at his office in Ralegan Siddhi, his native village in Maharashtra's Ahmednagar district, Hazare said he had declared at the time of the AAP government's resignation in Delhi that this was a major mis-step. But Kejriwal was seized by the idea that he could be prime minister, Hazare said. I had said so at the time that he resigned -- this was a mistake. <em>Uska kaaran yeh hai ki pant-pradhan dimaag mein baith gaya</em>. (The reason for that is that the idea of prime ministership had occupied his mind.) That led him to field candidates across the country, Hazare said. The social activist said he had declared that Kejriwal should not attempt to break into national politics until he had shown results in Delhi. I had said make Delhi a model. If Delhi becomes a model, then in the next general election the country would have been in the hands of AAP, Hazare said.