According to tv reports, the BJP is already extending a friendly hand to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to rope in the latter for an alliance. However the AAP has completely ruled out the chance of an alliance with any party. AAP leader Manish Sisodia said that some BJP leaders had approached AAP leaders.
AAP member Yogendra Yadav said that there was no question of supporting the BJP or the Congress. "Our votes are becasue of the anti-establishment stand that we have. If we ally with any one of them, what credibility will we have," Yadav said.
Cong: AAP has managed to make a dent in the vote share of BJP and Cong
On Saturday AAP leader Prashant Bhushan also told Times Now that the party will not form an alliance with the BJP or the Congress.
BJP however dismissed these reports as baseless and said that they would win the elections on their own.
Since many exit polls have predicted that the BJP may beat Congress and AAP but may not win with a huge margin, in such a case an alliance between the largest party and a supporting party is possible or President's rule will be imposed, which means fresh elections within six months from December 17.
Meanwhile the AAP has managed to garner acknowledgment from the Congress when Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh said that the AAP had managed to make a dent in the vote share of Congress and the BJP.
The counting of the votes in the assembly elections will take place on December 8.