According to sources, the AAP chief is suspicious of horse-trading and is making best efforts to keep the newly-elected flock intact and united. At the two-hour long meeting at his residence of AAP's core group, Kejriwal asked all the winning candidates to work in their constituencies and directly report to him about any advances made to them by any other political parties.

Kejriwal clarified at the meeting that the AAP would not form alliance either with the Congress or the Bharatiya Janata Party, AAP national secretary Pankaj Gupta said.

He said that such meetings will continue till the other parties decide on the government formation. "There will be another meeting on Monday evening, where the AAP chief will interact with all the winning candidates regarding the position of the party," said Gupta.


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