Zee Media Bureau
Lucknow: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas held a rally in Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi`s parliamentary constituency on Sunday and said that he will not get scared despite protests and will continue to stand his ground.
Commenting on Rahul Gandhi, Kumar Vishwas said that he is disappointed with the Gandhi scion as he has not raised even one question on any issue in the Parliament in last 10 years.
"Amethi has to decide now. I am an `aam aadmi` and he (Rahul Gandhi) is a prince. If Amethi wants, it can get rid of dynasty politics. Winning and losing is not the point, but what is important is we are challenging dynastic politics and corruption," the 43-year-old leader said, as per a news report.
He further said that instead of eating at Dalit`s house, Rahul Gandhi should think about their welfare while eating at his home.
He also commented on Congress president Sonia Gandhi and asked that she flows down to the United States (US) to get treatment which means that she does not trust the doctors in India.
Commenting on the protests, Vishwas said, “If anyone thinks that we will get scared if black flags are waved at us, then it is their misunderstanding.”
He further said that black flags do not scare him and he expects people to attack him from the front and not behind the back. He requested the AAP supporters to not get violent even if they are attacked.
The AAP leader further said that he does not require any visa to enter enter Amethi.
Black flags were also shown to Kumar Vishwas ahead of the rally on Sunday. “All this is orchestrated,” AAP leader reportedly said.
The black flags were shown to Vishwas over his remarks on Hazrat Imam Hussain while he was crossing Jagdishpur today. His effigy was also burnt by the protesters.
Stones and eggs were also reportedly thrown at the buses in which AAP supporters were travelling to the venue.
The press conference by Kumar Vishwas on Saturday was briefly disrupted by a youth, identified as Saif Jafari, who threw an egg and raised slogans against the poet-turned politician.