Kejriwal tastes his own medicine, now AAP leader protests against him

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New Delhi, Jan 20: Dharna, fast protest, rallies protesting against government or against a politician -- were the weapons of Arvind Kejriwal who has made a prominent place in Indian politics recently. But now it seems that his own weapons have returned as boomerang on him. His own party leaders started using the same weapons while protesting against the newly appointed Chief Minister of Delhi.

After rebel AAP MLA Vinod Binny, now another leader Tina Sharma is all set to hold dharna (protest) against Kejriwal raising several questions regarding women security in the national capital.

Tina Sharma, who recently revealed the lists of five AAP candidates for Lok Sabha election, questioned Kejriwal about his pre-poll promises regarding women security and other arrangements for women.

Where are the Mahila commandos, what happened to woman issues?

Tina was quoted as saying, "I think without catering to the 2013 manifesto we are working on 2014 manifesto. People ask me this."

She also asked, "Where are the Mahila commandos, what happened to woman issues? Are we only working towards 2014 elections?"

The five AAP candidates for Lok Sabha polls from Delhi are - Shazia Ilmi, Ashutosh, Gopal Rai, Dilip Pandey and Ashish Talwar.

Tina's statement against Kejriwal surfaced just hours before the latter's protest rally in front of the residence of Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde. Kejriwal along with other AAP leaders protested demanding suspension of Delhi police officials who did not co-operate with Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti who asked to conduct a raid at a flat where a few women allegedly carried out prostitution racket.

Earlier Binny protested against Kejriwal saying that Delhi CM "is getting power hungry". Binny, who might be expelled from AAP, said, Arvind Kejriwal is soft on the Congress now. Why there is no case against the ministers in Sheila Dikshit govt? He is desperate to stay in power. AAP is like the Congress and the BJP now."

"I won't quit AAP, won't join any other party.
AAP is going back on promises, it is playing with people's feelings," said Binny while adding that he will hold a fast protest against Kejriwal and his government.

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