Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday tried to scotch "bits of gossip" on Navjot Singh Sidhu's conceivable instigation into the Aam Aadmi Party, saying the cricketer-turned-government official has not put any precondition and simply needs "time to think".
Mr. Kejriwal said his admiration for Mr. Sidhu, who met him last Friday at his living arrangement, will proceed with regardless of whether "he joins (AAP) or not".
Prior, the AAP boss had said that discussions of Mr. Sidhu turning into the gathering's face in Punjab were "untimely".
"Wud Navjot Sidhu ji join AAP — parcel of bits of gossip? Its my obligation to advance our side. We have most prominent most prominent respect for this ckt legend. He met me a week ago.
"Didn't put any pre-condition. He needs time to think. Lets regard that. He is a v gud individual n a ckt legend. My appreciation for him wud proceed whether he joins or not," Mr. Kejriwal said in a progression of tweets.
Mr. Kejriwal's comments, nonetheless, glaring difference an unmistakable difference to the buzz of Mr. Sidhu's fast approaching incitement into the AAP after the 52-year-old surrendered from his Rajya Sabha enrollment a month ago and lashed out at the BJP administration affirming it needed him to avoid Punjab.
AAP had, around then, made it clear that his joining the gathering won't be on any terms or conditions. Likewise, the AAP's constitution does not allow offering tickets to two individuals from a family.