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Kumar Vishwas hits out at AAP leadership
Reported By: NMF Reporter On: 06 Jan 2018 03:35 PM
Kumar Vishwas hits out at AAP leadership

New Delhi, Jan 6: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) founder member Kumar Vishwashas hit out at party supremo Arvind Kejriwal, saying that the party does not belong to "a coterie of 2-3 persons" but to lakhs of its workers.

In open defiance of the party leadership, Vishwas, who was appearing on a TV show, said: "AAP does not belong to a coterie of two or three persons, it belongs to lakhs of workers waiting outside.

"Two or three persons may be speaking out against me, the common party worker may be addressing any leader as 'ji', but he addresses me as 'Kumar bhaiya', and this is my strength in the party".

On January 3 when the AAP named veteran leader Sanjay Singh, businessman Sushil Gupta and chartered accountant Narain Dass Gupta as its debutants for the Rajya Sabha, Vishwas had expressed his disappointment over not being considered for the Upper House and claimed he was being "punished" for speaking the truth.

Poet-turned-politician Vishwas in the TV show listed out several instances in the recent past when he was sidelined by the party leadership.