Singh, who had left the TMC ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, also claimed that he is in touch with another BJP MP Saumitra Khan but only time will speak about his next move.
Singh slammed state leadership for "not allowing him to work properly" despite holding senior position. "Politics can't be done while sitting in AC rooms, has to get down to ground to do politics."
Arjun Singh's comment comes a day after the Union government announced its decision to withdraw the notification capping jute prices at Rs 6,500 per quintal.
Arjun Singh also told reporters at his residence in Bhatpara that grassroots-level members were also finding it difficult to carry out their day-to-day activities.
The BJP top brass has asked Singh to meet Union textiles minister Piyush Goyal and discuss the matter.
Two cars, including a police vehicle, were vandalised in the clashes in the hotbed of political unrest in North 24 Parganas district.
The state BJP has alleged intimidation of its candidates and workers and electoral malpractices by ruling TMC supporters during the December 19 civic elections.
A vacation bench comprising Justices Arun Mishra and M R Shah made it clear that Singh will not be arrested by the state police till May 28 in connection with around 20 criminal cases.