Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party leader Yogendra Yadav on Wednesday said that it is Congress` prerogative to decide what they want to do about government formation in Delhi.
Yadav`s comments come a day after divisions in Congress came out in open over its support to AAP to form government in Delhi.
Reflecting the unease within the Congress over the move to support Arvind Kejriwal`s party, general secretary Janardan Dwivedi said, "There is also an opinion that perhaps the decision to support AAP in this manner was not correct. Some people feel this."
Addressing the media, Yadav today said that AAP doesn`t has any tie-up, alliance or understanding with Congress and it is for the grand old party to decide whether it wants to extend or withdraw support.
Yadav denied any rift within party and stressed that Vinod Kumar Binny is not greedy of any post and the MLA from Laxmi Nagar has stood by the party when there was no one by our side.
The AAP leader said Binny is not greedy for any post and termed the entire episode as unfortunate.
According to reports, Binny, the two-time councillor was upset over the AAP`s decision of not including him in the list of ministers and left the party`s meeting midway.
Binny also said he was not upset on being denied a cabinet berth and the party`s founder leader Arvind Kejriwal too denied a rift.
"I am not upset and I have not given any statement. This false news has been spread by the media. We are a true democratic party. If I was indeed upset I would have said it."