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Is Kumar Vishwas a traitor?

Last Updated: Saturday, 17 June 2017 (15:13 IST)
New Delhi: Days after former Delhi convener Dilip Pandey targeted incumbent Rajasthan in-charge Kumar Vishwas, posters calling Mr Vishwas a ''traitor'' and demanding his have been pasted outside the party's office here. "is a traitor not poet. Such person should be ousted from the party, who backstab from behind. He is BJP's friend," the posters read. The posters have also thanked Mr Pandey for 'exposing' Mr Vishwas by questioning him for not speaking against Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. However, there was no name mentioned in the posters and yet to be identified. Mr Pandey in a tweet had said, “Brother, you ridicule the but say that you won’t speak against Rajasthan’s Vasundhara Raje. Why?”
 

He (Pandey) is not the first one from the party to target Mr Vishwas. Earlier, AAP’s Okhla MLA Amanatullah Khan had targeted Mr Vishwas by levelling serious allegations against him by calling 'BJP's agent' following which the party’s Political Affairs Committee (PAC) had suspended him. Mr Vishwas, few days ago, while addressing Rajasthan office bearers and volunteers here in an apparent attack on party leaders, said, “ek naye prakar ka prayog AAP ke daftar mein ho raha hai, woh hai sunane ka, jiska abhyas hume yahan nahi tha (a new kind of experiment is being done in the party office that is to ‘listen’, something which we were not doing earlier).” Notably, the infighting between AAP leaders doesn’t seem to end as another rebel leader of the party and former Delhi Minister Kapil Mishra has been firing salvos against its party convenor and his associate for their involvement in alleged corruption. (UNI)
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