AAP Kumar Vishwas says, likely to take big decision tonight, he might quit AAP
New Delhi, May 02: Just a day before AAP legislator Amanatullah Khan resigned from Aam Aadmi Party’s political Committee (PAC) and alleged that Kumar Vishwas is trying to break the party. Amantullah called Vishwas a agent of BJP and alleged that Vishwas is trying to split the party.
Today Kumar Vishwas said that he will take a big decision tonight and he also said that he is not in the race to become the Chief Minister, deputy chief minister or the party convenor and alleged that there is a conspiracy against him. It is likely he may quit the AAP party.
Kumar Vishwas became very emotional and said he had no desire to become CM, Deputy CM or join any particular political party.
He further refused to apologize to express his views on Kashmir and nationalism in a video which had gone viral, for which Sisodia has said earlier the PAC also discussed the matter of Vishwas giving TV interviews and releasing videos.
Kumar expressed his displeasure over Amanutullah Khan’s statement that he was a BJP agent. Vishwas said if Khan had said a similar thing for Arvind Kejriwal or Manish Sisodia he would have been shown the door from AAP.
Vishwas said that despite Amautullah Khan is expelled from the party’s Political Affairs Committee (PAC) he repeated his statement against him and this is because some AAP leaders are encouraging him to do so.
He also urged the top leadership of the party to respect party workers.
Sisodia said that the party members should talk to kejriwal if they have any problem in the party. He said we have further three years to work for the people of Delhi.
When AAP party lost in the MCD elections, Kumar Vishwas had launched a series of attack on kejriwal and other top leaders.
Vishwas had even said EVMs were not the main reason behind the AAP party’s consecutive election defeats, but it was lacking of inner party democracy and a trust deficit with voters.