New Delhi, Feb 14: Amidst reports of efforts being made by the Congress and the Aam Aadmi party to forge an alliance in Delhi, Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said that there is no consensus yet.
Addressing mediapersons here on Supreme Court's decision that it is the Centre which has control of the the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) and not the Delhi government, Mr Kejriwal said that on the alliance with the Congress in the general elections, there is no consensus .'
On being asked about the coalition in the general elections, the Chief Minister said, "Congress has almost refused.'
Congress president did not participate in AAP's rally at Jantar Mantar on Wednesday.
On being asked that you were very curious about the coalition, the Chief Minister said, "We have lot of concern for the country in our minds. For that reason we were talking for coalition, but they (Congress) have almost refused.'
Terming the Supreme Court's decision that the Centre controls the ACB and not the Delhi government as 'unfortunate', Mr Kejriwal said it is not only against the people of Delhi, but also the Constitution. (UNI)