Ghaziabad, Sep 9 :
AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal Tuesday said his party was in touch with Congress and other legislators to prevent the BJP from forming a government in Delhi.
“AAP is in touch with all the parties. We are in touch with Rambeer Shokeen, Shoaib Iqbal, Vinod Kumar Binny and the Congress MLAs to prevent the BJP from forming a government by using unfair means,” he said.
While Shokeen is an independent legislator, Iqbal is from the Janata Dal-United. Binny was elected on AAP ticket but later broke away.
Kejriwal, who ruled Delhi for 49 days with Congress backing, insisted that the AAP would not form a government in Delhi.
“We don’t want to form the government… We want to make it clear that we want fresh elections.”
Kejriwal’s comments came a day after he accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of trying to lure AAP legislators in a bid to take power in Delhi.