Kejriwal never wanted to pass Jan Lokpal Bill, alleges Vinod Binny

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New Delhi, Feb 15: Expelled Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Vinod Kumar Binny who recently launched a scathing attack on the party leadership accusing it of failing to meet its promises made to the people, said on Saturday that Arvind Kejriwal, who quit as the chief minister of Delhi on Friday night, never wanted the Jan Lokpal Bill to get passed and rather wanted the drama over the bill to continue.

He said if the AAP leadership was sincere about the bill, it should have pushed it. On his own plans, Binny said he would take a call after learning how the BJP, the largest party in the Delhi assembly, plans to form a government.

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