Vinod Binny revolts once again in AAP, though denies rift with party

By on January 15, 2014

MLA Vinod Kumar Binny on Wednesday has criticized the AAP of deviating from its promises. Binny would sit on a hunger strike if there is no response from the party. Binny is expected to hold a press conference on Thursday to go public on his views.

“There is a lot of difference in what we promised and what is delivered. We will hold a press conference on this tomorrow to discuss the issues. These issues shouldn’t be discussed behind closed doors. We are associated with the party on issues, not through people. I feel the party is deviating from our principles and promises.”, Vinod Kumar Binny said.

Arvind Kejriwal said that Binny want to contest the Lok Sabha elections and is unhappy as he wanted to become a minister in the AAP government. He further said that the party has decided not to give a Lok Sabha ticket to any sitting MLA.

The party said in a statement that if Binny want to quit, he can as there is no place in the party for those people who have personal ambitions.

Accordind to IANS, Vinod Binny denied any rift with party leaders and said he was not upset with the decision not to make him a minister. Binny said there is no issue between him and the party over his name being dropped from the list of cabinet ministers.

Meanwhile, Arvind Kejriwal said that the main contest in Lok Sabha Elections will be between AAP and the main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The ruling Congress is not even in the picture.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal defended his Law Minister Somnath Bharti for tampering with evidence in a case of corruption. He said that the audio tapes should be shown in public for the nation to decide whether the evidence has been tampered or not.

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