Kejriwal will be contesting against BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and Congress candidate Ajay Rai from Varanasi on May 12.
Meanwhile Kejriwal had raised many eyebrows when he said that in order to fight against Modi and Rahul Gandhi he was willing to join forces with QED's Mukhtar Ansari. Ansari pulled out of the election race last week.
But AAP leader Sanjay Singh denied such claims and said that the AAP will not take the support of Ansari or the QED. "Our party will not take support from Ansari's Quami Ekta Dal. There has been no interaction or any meetings between AAP and QED leaders," Singh said.