Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has alleged that cricketer turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu needs time to think to join Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).
Last Month he had resigned Bhartiya Janta Party and told that he would join Aam Aadmi Party.
Opening up about the arrangements surprisingly, Mr Kejriwal said he it was his "obligation" to elucidate his position on the previous cricketer.
The reports uncovered that AAP's discussions with the cricketer-legislator have fizzled on the grounds that he needs to be anticipated as boss ecclesiastical applicant and is likewise arranging a part for his better half Navjot Kaur Sidhu, as of now a BJP administrator in Punjab.
AAP supposedly didn't consent to either request and demanded that Mr Sidhu needs to settle for star campaigner to begin with and work his way up.
The clear impasse in his discussions with AAP has segued into an open door for the Congress, which has shown that it will offer Mr Sidhu all the more, shy of possible boss clergyman.
Sources say the Congress is prepared to take a gander at Deputy Chief Minister for Mr Sidhu, following a few years.
The gathering can likewise offer the Amritsar Lok Sabha seat. Mr Sidhu has been annoyed with the BJP since it handled now Finance Minister Arun Jaitley rather than him in 2014 from the voting demographic that he had held for a long time.
Now, Congress Party holds the seat; Mr Jaitley had lost to the party's Punjab chief Amrinder Singh.