New Delhi: As the AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal is all set to take oath as the chief minister of Delhi on February 16, Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari on Wednesday said the BJP will work as a constructive opposition in the assembly. He also went on to say that the BJP also wants the development for Delhi. Also Read - After Dismal Show in Delhi Polls, Manoj Tiwari Offers to Quit; Party Says Stay Put For Now

“We want Delhi’s development and are prepared to work as an aware opposition party and question the new government if it commits any wrongs,” Tiwari said on Wednesday night. Also Read - After AAP’s Victory, Manoj Tiwari's 'Rinkiya Ke Papa' Trends on Google, Crosses 43 Million Views on YouTube

He also stated that Kejriwal is going to rule for another term and now he should implement various central government schemes to benefit Delhi people. Also Read - Manoj Tiwari Accepts Defeat in Delhi Assembly Election, Sees Hope in Increase of Vote Share

Earlier in the day, he denied rumours of him offering to resign from his post and said neither has he offered to step down nor has he been asked to resign from the post in the wake of the party’s poor performance in the assembly elections in the national capital.

The rumour started spreading after Tiwari contacted a top party functionary earlier in the day. “Neither have I been asked to resign nor have I offered my resignation,” Tiwari said.

Addressing a press conference on Tuesday, after the announcement of Delhi Assembly election results, Tiwari had said whether he continues as Delhi BJP chief or steps down is an internal matter of the party.

Appointed as Delhi BJP president in November 2016, Tiwari has already completed his three-year tenure. However, the organisational elections of the party which was due last year were postponed because of the assembly elections.