In the face of Vinod Kumar Binny's claiming that AAP is setting its own rules and that agendas remain within the closed doors of the CM's office, a contrasting statement over FDI by another of its newly-appointed member Ashutosh brings out the hollowness too.
As a journalist, he had condemned the government's laxity in implementing the multiple brand retail sector in 2012. The Twitter read:
"100% FDI in multiple brand retail sector in China, but it is prospering but illiterate leaders in India find it difficult to see reality"
In 2014, just before the Lok Sabha elections, he left his job in media and joined the party that is planning to do away with the FDI retail chain.
Contrasting the 2013 permission by the central government for 51 per cent FDI in the multi-brand retail trading, the AAP wrote a letter to the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), saying that they will not allow multi-national companies to set shops here.
Former Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit had agreed to implement the FDI policy in the state in lieu of the development of New Delhi. Tell us Ashutosh, what made you one of the "illiterate leaders" who do not see the reality now?
If that is not hypocrisy, then what is?