Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said that there were no talks on an alliance for Delhi’s seven Lok Sabha seats with the Congress as its President Rahul Gandhi has already refused it.
“There is nothing on the alliance with Congress. We had one meeting with Rahul Gandhi where he refused to have an alliance with AAP,” Kejriwal told IANS.
This comes days after Congress in-charge of Delhi PC Chacko said that the Congress and AAP would come together to defeat the BJP.
“Party president to take final decision today. We’ve had no word with AAP, as we had to take preliminary decision on our party’s political stand whether we wanted an alliance or not. Both parties may have problems, that apart we’ve to defeat Modi and BJP. So, we’ll come together,” ANI quoted Chacko as saying last week.