In a report in the Indian Express (read here) two Congress MLAs said that Congress was in talks with AAP over government formation in Delhi. They say that AAP had approached them to provide them unconditional support so that they could form a government in Delhi.
However the Congress now wants a larger share in the responsibilities and wants more say in policy making decisions. The process of forming an alliance between the two parties is almost complete.
Congress MLAs said that the talks between the two parties had begun in June.
Both the parties however could not decide who would be the Chief Minister if the alliance took place. Congress was not willing to support Arvind Kejriwal as the CM.
AAP meanwhile has alleged horse-trading by the BJP who were offering money to AAP leaders. AAP leader Manish Sisodia on the other hand denied the claims and said that the party had not spoken to Congress for support.