Binny said that he would extend his support to the AAP only if the Lokpal Bill was passed. Hitting out at the Kejriwal government, Binny said that the Delhi government didn't want to pass Anna Hazare's Lokpal Bill.
"They don't want to pass it, just play politics over it," he said.
Binny had few days back threatened to pull down the Kejriwal government if his demands were not met. He had said that he would form a political front with two other AAP MLAs. However JD(U) MLA Shoaib Iqbal said that he had met the CM and that all was well between them.
Binny had even gone on a indefinite hunger strike against the AAP government, which he called off within four hours.