Kumar Vishwas hits back, says doesn’t want AAP throne
A day after posters calling him ‘traitor’ appeared outside the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) office, senior party leader and Rajasthan in-charge Kumar Vishwas made it clear on Sunday that he had no desire to sit on the ‘throne’ or to occupy it. The poet-turned-politician held a meeting with around 500 party volunteers in the AAP office, where he said: “I always sit on the ground. I never wanted to sit on a throne or to occupy it.” Addressing the volunteers, Vishwas asked them to follow the “basics”, based on which the party was launched.”Most volunteers who attended the meeting were a part of the party’s anti-corruption movement. They are well-acquainted with the party’s basic principles,”he said.
“We will try to reach out to the very last worker in the party and ask for their opinion before distributing tickets for the Rajasthan Assembly election,” Vishwas further said.
Earlier on Saturday, he had said: We did not come into being for these conspiracies and palace politics. We are the causes for which the party was born at the Ramlila Maidan,”the leader said.
The posters called Vishwas a BJP ally and demanded his ouster from the party. They also thanked Pandey, who quit as the AAP …read more