New Delhi: News channels went crying hoarse over BJP's move to form a new government in Delhi on the weekend, sadly the situation remains the same as it was after President's Rule was imposed in February this year. The onus is now on the BJP to push for the numbers rather than anyone else, and it will do more good for them to go for an election rather than indulge in Assembly arithmetic. Even though the BJP may have raised the pitch after getting a new state president in Delhi eager to prove to his new national president about his negotiating skills, it doesn't seem to have cut much ice with the rebel MLA's of various parties. The Congress for now seems confident that their flock, and has ruled out supporting AAP in their effort to beat BJP to the task. I can assure you that none of our MLA's will go anywhere, claimed Shakeel Ahmed, general secretary in charge of Delhi Congress and senior leader. I have met and spoken to all of them, no one is leaving the party, he said.