Binny continues to 'misbehave' outside AAP, threatens to pull it down

Vinod Binny
New Delhi, Feb 3: Vinod Kumar Binny, the expelled MLA from AAP is now giving the Arvind Kejriwal-led party sleepless nights. Claiming to have the support of at least 5 legislators, he said that he would "pull down the government" if his demands were not met within 48 hours.

In fact, he is also planning to form a separate political front with supporters-JD (U) MLA Shoaib Iqbal and Independent legislator Rambir Shokeen-and municipal councillors.

He said,"I along with Shoaib Iqbal and Rambir will meet Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and withdraw support if our demands are not met in 48 hours."

Says he will form a party front with Shoaib Iqbal and Rambir Shokeen.

Among his demands are the sorting out of power and water-related issues. AS per him, the government should be giving a subsidy on 8% increase in power surcharge. THis is in light of the fact that the DERC has increased the surcharge ranging 6-8% this month.

Secondly, he demands the waiving off the dues of the 1,05,200 power bills that shoe inflated figures. Kejriwal had promised that the excess bill charged on customers would be waived off.

He also said,"The government should make women squads as promised to prioritise security of women. Instead of charging people for entire 700 litres of water after exceeding the limit, the government should charge only for water consumed over 700 litres."

Binny had been suspended from the AAP due to alleged misbehaviour.

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