Kejriwal asked to sack Modi-praiser Kumar Vishwas from AAP

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Kejriwal and Kumar Vishwas
New Delhi, Sept 10: Just a day after his controversial interview, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas faced more criticism. Now, AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal has been asked to sack Vishwas who recently praised Narendra Modi and his party -- the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Shoaib Iqbal, the JDU MLA, on Wednesday, Sept 10 claimed that Kumar Vishwas must be shown the door as he allegedly has been making efforts to bring BJP in power in Delhi. The JDU leader also called Vishwas an "anti-Muslim" leader.

Speaking about possible assembly elections in Delhi, the JDU MLA also claimed that Kejriwal had spoken to him asking to oppose the BJP move to form govt in Delhi.

AAP leader Kumar Vishwas is an anti-Muslim politician, says JDU MLA

Iqbal's statement came on a day when the AAP convenor too made headlines with his remark on Modi and his government at the centre. Kejriwal, during an interview, was quoted as saying, Popular assessment is that the Modi government is low on delivery, but still there are high hopes."

Kejriwal also added, "People had high hopes initially that inflation, corruption and prices would come down but on that front people's hopes have been betrayed. But people still have hopes and are willing to give him (Modi) more time."

Earlier Vishwas, a popular AAP leader, had said, "If PM does well, I have the right to praise him. Modi is comparatively better PM than Manmohan Singh."

"Modi government has come out of the policy paralysis of the previous government and doing a few things, but when it comes to delivering on promises like bringing back black money that has not happened," added Vishwas.

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