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Binny says he won't quit AAP

New Delhi: Sulking Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) party MLA Vinod Kumar Binny, who accused the party's government in Delhi of deviating from its poll promises and principles, tonight said he will not leave the organization.
PTI January 15, 2014 23:41 IST
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New Delhi: Sulking Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) party MLA Vinod Kumar Binny, who accused the party's government in Delhi of deviating from its poll promises and principles, tonight said he will not leave the organization.  

The AAP MLA accused Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of betraying the people of Delhi by promising something before the elections and not fulfilling it and adopting double standard in dealing with Law Minister Somnath Bharti indicted by a court for in a case of tampering with evidence.  

“It is a rumour that I will leave AAP and join BJP. There is no truth in it,” he told a news channel.  Binny earlier in the day accused Delhi government of deviating from its principles and poll promises and dubbed Kejriwal a “liar”.

“We have not joined the party to maintain relationships or make someone a CM, MLA or MP. We are concernedabout the welfare of the people.. If they (AAP) divert from the issues of the people, I will protest it as many times required,” the MLA said.

“I will stay within the party and protest. If required I will sit on a fast against Kejriwal. If the government, after coming to power, changes its path, it is our duty to remind them of not diverting from the core issues,” the MLA said.