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Social activist Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party on Friday said that they will explain their stand on government formation in Delhi to Lieutenant-Governor Najeeb Jung on Saturday.
Talking to reporters, AAP leader Yogendra Yadav yet again clarified that the party does not have any majority in the House for government formation. "We will explain this very stand to Lieutenant-Governor," he said.
"AAP has received an official invitation from the Lt-Governor. Arvind will be meeting him at 10:30 am and put forward party's stand," Yadav said.
The AAP leader further said: "AAP is neither the single largest party nor does it believe in horse trading. We will present all the facts before the Lieutenant-Governor tomorrow."
The Lieutenant-Governor had on Thursday evening invited Kejriwal for discussions on Saturday for government formation.
The invitation came shortly after BJP's chief ministerial candidate Harsh Vardhan declined to form the government, saying that his party did not have a majority, despite being the single-largest party. In the recent elections, the BJP has won 32 seats, followed by the AAP with 28.The incumbent Congress won only eight seats.