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AAP leader claims Kumar Vishwas ''in contact with Ajit Doval''

Amidst internal bickering among leaders of the Aam Aadmi Party in the wake of the party's civic polls debacle, AAP's youth wing in-charge Vandana Singh on Tuesday alleged that founder member Kumar Vishwas was “in touch with (National Security Advisor) Ajit Doval”.


AAP leader claims Kumar Vishwas ''in contact with Ajit Doval''

New Delhi: Amidst internal bickering among leaders of the Aam Aadmi Party in the wake of the party's civic polls debacle, AAP's youth wing in-charge Vandana Singh on Tuesday alleged that founder member Kumar Vishwas was “in touch with (National Security Advisor) Ajit Doval”.

On Sunday, Delhi legislator Amanatullah Khan accused senior AAP leader Kumar Vishwas of conspiring to break the party. The Okhla MLA resigned from the party's Political Affairs Committee (PAC) on Monday night.

Taking to Twitter, Singh today said she was heartbroken when she was told by Vishwas that he was in contact with Doval.

Earlier today, Vishwas accused its leaders of conspiring against him and said he won't compromise with his principles and soon take a call on his future action.

"I know I will be targeted. The efforts to tarnish my image will be made. But let me tell those conspirators that I will not allow you to do so," Kumar Vishwas told reporters without taking any name.

He denied that he wanted to be the Convenor of the Aam Aadmi Party.

Kumar Vishwas broke down while talking to reporters, saying: "I don't know why you are here... but I had not joined the movement for this."

Later, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia slammed Vishwas for making statements in the media.

"Rather making statements on TV channels, he should raise his concerns within the party forum," Sisodia told reporters.

He also said that Vishwas was never asked to apologise for the video which he had released after the disrespect shown to soldiers in Kashmir last month.

Meanwhile, this is what Vandana Singh tweeted:

Amanatullah Khan had on Sunday said that Vishwas was conspiring to break the party and had asked some legislators to join the BJP with an offer of Rs 30 crore each.

Khan's remarks came after Vishwas in a TV interview on Friday has said the party won't hesitate in taking a call on change in its leadership after its poor show in Delhi municipal polls.

From Zee News

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