Crack in AAP ahead of Election: Kejriwal attacks rebel MLA Vinod Binny

New Delhi, Jan 15: Days after of its formation of government in New Delhi, it seems that Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has been going through a tough phase ahead of Lok Sabha election. AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday, Jan 15 hit back at rebel MLA of his party -- Vinod Binny.

Questioning Binny's silence during internal party meeting, Kejriwal asked, "Why didn't Binny speak in yesterday's meet of candidates who had contested Assembly polls if he wanted to on certain issues?" Kejriwal spoke about their Tuesday's meeting where other leaders took many crucial decisions for the upcoming general election which is expected to be held by May.

Why didn't Binny speak in yesterday's meet of candidates who had contested polls

The newly appointed Chief Minister of Delhi also informed that AAP has decided"sitting MLAs won't get ticket for MP post." Earlier Binny claimed that Delhi government has not been concentrating on the issues which were their prime concerns ahead of Delhi assembly election.

"There are a lot of differences between the promises we made and how it's going to be delivered. The issues on the basis of which the party came to power, I feel party is drifting away from it," said Binny.

Citing Binny's allegations against AAP leaders, Congress did not waste time to attack Kejriwal and his party leaders. Congress leaders were quoted as saying, "AAP made unrealistic promises. Every political party needs to be responsible. It should not make promises that cannot be fulfilled."

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