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Outside AAP Delhi office, posters calling Kumar Vishwas a ‘traitor’, BJP’s friend

The posters called for eviction of Vishwas from the party and also thanked Pandey for 'revealing the truth about him'.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 17, 2017 11:38 am
Aam Aadmi Party, Kumar Vishwas, Dilip Pandey Posters against Kumar Vishwas put up outside AAP office in New Delhi on Saturday. ANI photo

Days after AAP leader Dilip Pandey questioned party’s Rajasthan unit chief Kumar Vishwas of taking a soft stand against CM Vasundhara Raje, posters were put up outside the party office in New Delhi calling the poet-turned-politician a traitor and an accomplice of the BJP. According to reports by news agency ANI, the posters called for eviction of Vishwas from the party and also thanked Pandey for ‘revealing the truth about him’.

The rift between party leaders came to the fore when Dilip Pandey, on Wednesday, took to Twitter and said: “Bhaiya, you criticise the Congress leaders but say you will not speak against Vasundhara in Rajasthan. Why?” Pandey’s tweet was in reference to a news story about Vishwas’s criticism of former Delhi CM and Congress leader Sandeep Dikshit.

Earlier, a video had surfaced in which Vishwas was seen addressing the party workers in Rajasthan and telling them that trying to gain favours from Delhi leaders was not going to help them. He also said that the elections will not be fought on the agenda of ‘Maharani hatao’ but on issues like water and electricity.

Vishwas was made in-charge of the Rajasthan unit of AAP after another party leader and Delhi MLA Amanatullah Khan called him a ‘BJP agent’. Following which, Khan was also suspended from the party.

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    Dima
    Jun 17, 2017 at 6:14 pm
    So many pathetically frustrated bhakts of BJP THAT COULD MANAGE JUST 4 percent of seats in Delhi elections. It is exactly the same misinformation that made AAP win. Keep going BJPigs.
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    1. Narender Balda
      Jun 18, 2017 at 12:04 am
      Why bring in BJP for something brewing in AAP ? Frustrated aaptards.
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      L.P.Kulkarni
      Jun 17, 2017 at 4:50 pm
      Truth is always bitter. Kumar joined hands with Kejri to do some good to the people. But Kejri and his coterie showed that they are not different from other political parties. It is better if Kumar himself come out of the party before gangsters of AAP thrown him out.
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        Dima
        Jun 17, 2017 at 6:09 pm
        BJP PIG
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        1. Mahak Goyal
          Jun 18, 2017 at 5:37 pm
          Dima......even if he is that's still better than a mentally bankruppt kejri slave #aaaptard like urself
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      2. Rathore Ramkishore On WikiAnswers
        Jun 17, 2017 at 4:35 pm
        Faster the growth of a tree, weaker are its roots. This applies with AAP also. With in no time this party expanded its wings in many states. Reliability among the leader is suspected every now and than. Consolidation is needed by dedicated persons of some repute.
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          REALL
          Jun 17, 2017 at 3:57 pm
          INDIA CAN SEE KHUJLI KEJRI, CUNNING FACE , HIDING AND LAUGHING, BEHIND THE POSTERS .
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          1. narayan kutty
            Jun 17, 2017 at 2:50 pm
            Infighting due to power hungry.
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