AAP turns punching bag for Vinod Kumar Binny, BJP

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New Delhi, Jan 27: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is in the news again and for all wrong reasons. Monday was a day when protests and dharnas gathered national headlines.

Be it sacked AAP MLA Vinod Kumar Binny going on a hunger strike after his expulsion from the party or the BJP protesting outside Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's office demanding that Law Minister Somnath Bharti be sacked, AAP was the punching bag for both.

Led by BJP leader Harsh Vardhan, the protesters held up placards demanding the AAP minister's ouster and raised slogans against him. "It is our right to demand the sacking of the law minister who has been most unlawful," Harsh Vardhan told the media.

While Kejriwal met Harshvardhan for a brief moment, BJP said that it would continue the strike till Bharti was sacked.

BJP said that it would continue the strike till Bharti was sacked

Meanwhile Vinod Kumar Binny went on a hunger strike against AAP near Jantar Mantar saying that he was expelled without a formal letter or notice.

He made no qualms about his displeasure against Arvind Kejriwal and the AAP. "AAP has played with the emotions of the volunteers. I was expelled from AAP because more disgruntled MLAs would have joined me," he said.

He too said that he would continue his hunger strike till the AAP met him and issued a referendum on his expulsion. Meanwhile AAP, on the other hand justified the expulsion saying that Binny had made false allegations against Kejriwal.

With IANS inputs

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