However, the party hasn't finalised the decision.
On Monday, Justice R.M. Lodha said that keeping the assembly in suspended animation indefinitely would be "harmful for democracy". BJP lawyer Mukul Rohatgi told the court that the problem would be solved as soon as the LS polls are over.
The apex court was hearing a petition filed by AAP against President's rule in Delhi.
"The Lieutenant-Governor may take a call after the Lok Sabha election results are out on May 16. We ourselves feel that the problem may settle itself once the results are declared", said BJP lawyer.
"The coming six weeks are crucial and things will get resolved automatically after that," Rohatgi said.
The court has asked the BJP and the Congress to make their stand on government formation clear latest by April 17.