AAP leader Kumar Vishwas on Wednesday said that his reported differences with Arvinder Kejriwal-led party were “generated” by media, sections of which he alleged was trying to “defame” the party.
“When the news of my differences and groupism in the party was aired, I was talking to Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia…Such news are generation of media, a section of which is trying to defame the party”, Vishwas told reporters here.
“I have got complaint that some tickets were not given to right persons, the probe on it is on and if the charges were found try the tickets will be cancelled”, he added.
Vishwas also alleged that due to Kejriwal directly taking on BJP leader Narendra Modi, the saffron party was “afraid” now. “The BJP is full of corrupt persons and in its desperation to grab power it was taking people like Ram Kripal Yadav”, he said.
About possibility of Kejriwal contesting against Modi, Vishwas said that it would be decided by party’s election committee.
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