"What I liked about what I saw in the Aam Aadmi Party was people coming into their system. I liked that. But what's different between us and them is that we have structure. We develop processes. That I didn't see much of (there)," he said.
He recalled that he made a comment about AAP, where he said that there is something that Congress can learn from them.
"What I felt that we could learn from them is that they reached out to people in a particular way that was good. There are things that I don't think we should take away from them."
At the same time, he emphasized that the real power of the Congress is the depth of the Organization and "you can't make changes by destroying things."
Asked whether Congress would continue to support AAP government if it goes against Dikshit in the CWG scam, Rahul Gandhi said,"I have already said that regardless of who the person is, if there is an issue of corruption, the law should take its own course. That's my position."
Rahul Gandhi added law should take its course regardless of individual personalities if Arvind Kejriwal's AAP government in Delhi takes any action against in the CWG scam.