At a time when the opposition parties are trying to form a Mahagatbandhan (grand alliance) against BJP for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, AAP leader and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has cleared his party's stance on it.

While talking to reporters on Thursday (9 August), he said that his party will not join the proposed opposition alliance against the BJP.

"The AAP will not be a part of any alliance in 2019," Kejriwal told the media in Rohtak.

He also showed confidence and added that his party AAP will contest in all seats in the forthcoming Haryana Legislative Assembly polls and also in 2019 general elections.

Kejriwal was also seen blaming the Narendra Modi government for many pending developmental works which are hampering the Delhi’s growth.

He asserted that many hurdles are being created by the central government and are coming in the way of Delhi's welfare.

Later, he took aim at Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar by saying that he should learn from the Delhi government as to how development is done rightly.