"I have sought an appointment from LG for all AAP MLAs to meet him today. Waiting for his response," Kejriwal said on twitter.

Satish Upadhyay, the newly appointed president of Delhi BJP, told the media on Wednesday, his party would consider government formation if Najeeb Jung gives an invitation.

"Can LG invite a party to form government without prima facie satisfying himself whether the party has numbers?" Kejriwal tweeted further.

Kejriwal had led the AAP to a stunning victory in last year's Delhi assembly election and had formed the government with Congress backing.

"Would LG encourage horse trading if he invites a party to form government despite knowing that they don't have number?" Kejriwal asked in another tweet.

He also questioned whether Jung can invite the BJP, which has earlier declined to form the government.

"If a party (BJP) has once already declined the offer to form government, can the LG invite the same party in the existing Vidhan Sabha again?" he asked.

The BJP won 31 of the 70 seats in the December 2013 assembly election in Delhi and the Aam Aadmi Party 28, ousting the Congress, which got only eight seats after being in power for 15 long years.


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