Kumar Vishwas accuses AAP leaders of conspiring against him; will decide on future course of action soon
Aam Aadmi Party's popular face Kumar Vishwas, Tuesday, indicated that he is close to taking a final decision on his future in the party.
New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party's popular face Kumar Vishwas, Tuesday, indicated that he is close to taking a final decision on his future in the party.
Referring to party MLA Amantuallah Khan's allegation that he was a BJP agent, Vishwas said, “One MLA who has come from the LJP said I am a BJP agent but if he would have said the same thing about Arvind (Kejriwal) or Manish (Sisodia) he would have thrown out of the party in 10 minutes.”
“But when he said it again yesterday then I realised that he is only a mask and someone is speaking from behind,” he added.
Alleging that a controversy is being created over a video in which he spoke against the attack on soldiers in Kashmir, Kumar said that what he said was the voice of the nation and he will ever apologise for his stand and will continue to support soldiers who tackle the Kashmir situation.
Kumar stressed that he is not after any post. “I don't want ever to become CM, Deputy CM, party president, I won't join any party...I will continue to fight.”
Vishwas also warned that he won't allow certain elements in the party to ruin his image.
“I will not allow these termites to do it,” he said.