Gadkari's statement surfaced hours after Kejriwal's announcement of seeking public opinion in connection with forming government in the national capital.
Calling Kejriwal and his associates a "confused party", Gadkari on Tuesday, Dec 17 said that if the new political outfit wants to form the government in Delhi they should do it and if not they should mention it.
Kejriwal and his party AAP is a confused party, says BJP leader Nitin Gadkari
Kejriwal earlier on Tuesday had said that AAP would seek a "yes" or "no" from the people. The party would gather opinion on whether AAP should form Delhi government taking outside support from Congress.
Sonia Gandhi-led Congress, which managed to win only 8 seats in 70-member assembly, offered unconditional support to AAP which grabbed 28 seats in its very first debut in politics.
Addressing a press conference, Kejriwal on Tuesday was quoted as saying, "If the people say 'yes', we will form a government."
On the contrary, BJP, which won 32 seats in the recently concluded assembly election, rejected to form government citing lack of having majority seats.
Both Congress and BJP have been criticising AAP saying that Kejriwal's party is not willing to form government. BJP and Congress leaders also claimed that AAP leaders are scared of taking any decision as they know that they would fail to fulfill the promises which they have made in their manifesto.
The tenure of the current Assembly will end on December 18 and President's Rule has to be imposed after that if a government is not put in place by then, top officials said.