NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal took questions directly from people across the country on Sunday in the first edition of his 'Talk to AK' show, that began with a long monologue on his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)'s achievements in Delhi.

"If the Centre had not created such an India-Pakistan like situation in Delhi, we would have achieved four times more," he said.

The phone line for the session was jammed for some time as questions poured in for the Delhi Chief Minister, who is prepping to widen his base beyond the capital with elections in states like Punjab, Gujarat and Goa.

He listed the ways in which his government was utterly powerless because of the Centre's direct control over important subjects like police, land and law and order.

"Talk to AK" is widely seen as Kejriwal's answer to PM Modi's radio show "Mann ki Baat (from the heart)", saw Kejriwal taking questions on the phone, through text messages and on social media.

If 'Talk to AK' gets good response from people it will be held every month, says AAP.