"It is our responsibility to give a popular government to the people of Delhi. We will find out the solution and try our level best to give an alternative to the people of Delhi by forming a government under the leadership of Harsh Vardhan," former BJP president Nitin Gadkari, who was also the party's in-charge for the Delhi elections, told a news channel here.
Asked whether the BJP was mulling over drawing support from the debutant Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), he said: "This question does not arise, neither there is any proposal from their side."
The party's chief ministerial candidate for Delhi, Harsh Vardhan earlier said his party would only form a government in Delhi if it could find support in the "natural process".
The BJP got 32 seats, and the AAP won 28 of Delhi's 70 assembly seats. The BJP needed to win 36 seats to cross the halfway mark in Delhi to earn a majority and form the government.
The Congress, ruling the national capital for the past 15 years, was routed and reduced to just eight seats.
The Akali Dal, an ally of the BJP, won one seat. The Janata Dal-United and an Independent candidate got one seat each.