"True? Buzz in Lutyens' Delhi - if BJP comes in power in Delhi, Smriti Irani will be CM," Kejriwal tweeted on Monday.
    
The BJP is yet to declare any chief ministerial candidate and the AAP has been demanding that the saffron party declares its nominee for the top post.
    
Miffed over AAP 'projecting' him as BJP's chief ministerial candidate on its posters, Mukhi served a legal notice to Arvind Kejriwal on December 26 for 'misusing' his photo.
    
"The purpose of the tweet is push the BJP to declare its candidate who can take on Arvind (Kejriwal)," said a party leader.

 

AAP has so far declared 62 candidates, including its chief ministerial candidate Arvind Kejriwal, from the New Delhi Assembly constituency.

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