Ahead of the Assembly polls, Arvind Kejriwal is set to hold a rally in Jaipur on October 28.
The AAP is holding a rally when many disgruntled leaders from both the Congress and the BJP have openly hinted at joining the party.
The rally is also expected to reveal new political equations in the desert state.
However, the party is yet to finalise a ground for the public rally.
For a delay in the allotment of a venue, AAP leaders blame the authorities for being influenced by the BJP government.
"Around two weeks ago we approached JMC for Ramleela Ground. But they are delaying it on the pretext of seeking permission from election commission," Devendra Shastri, party's state coordinator, said.
The JMC officials have denied the allegations.
Now, the AAP leaders are considering a legal action as the delay continues to prolong.