According to a report, disgruntled Binny on Wednesday claimed that AAP's dharna was a flop show.
"They are trying to divert the main issue. They are trying to save their ministers," the east Delhi's Laxmi Nagar MLA Binny said.
ON being asked about the notice sent to him by AAP, he said, "I have already sent my reply to their notice and I have not taken any wrong step. I have not abused anybody but raised my voice about people's problems like water, electricity and protection of women. If such things are offences, I will keep doing them."
Like the BJP and the Congress, Binny also criticised AAP's dharna and demanded law minister Somnath Bharti's immediate resignation.
Somnath Bharti should resign immediately: Vinod KUmar Binny
"The law is same for everyone. He (Bharti) should resign immediately. They have sent the police officer on a leave. (Now) you should also send the minister on leave", he said.
On Saturday, Binny met the anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare at Ralegan Siddhi and told reporters, "I visited Anna Hazare and apprised him of the situation and the party's changing stance".
"I have asked Kejriwal that assurances given to the people of Delhi should be fulfilled. He should let me know by January 26 and if I am not satisfied, I will sit on an indefinite fast from January 27", he further said.
Last week, Binny, who was earlier with Congress party, had launched a revolt against his own party and during a press conference, he termed Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as 'liar'.
He also accused AAP of deviating from its path and not fulfilling its promises.
However, Kejriwal claimed that Binny's outburst was because of the reason that he was denied ticket to contest in the Lok Sabha elections 2014.