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Kumar Vishwas accuses AAP leaders of conspiracy

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Source: Financial Express

On Tuesday, Aam Aadmi Party leader Kumar Vishwas accused some leaders in the party for plotting against him. He made it clear that he won’t compromise his principles and soon take a call on his future action. However, he didn’t name anyone as he made the statements.

“I know I will be targeted. The efforts to tarnish my image will be made. But let me tell those conspirators that I will not allow you to do so,” Kumar Vishwas said.

Vishwas speaking on the accusation made by AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan said that he was trying to create a rift in the party.

“I did not pay attention to Khan’s comment because I knew action would be taken against him. But when I saw no action against him, I realised that there is some kind of conspiracy. I know Khan is just a mask.”, he said.

Making it certain that he does not want to join any, he said, “I have said this 10 times, told Manish Sisodia, told Arvind Kejriwal, I never wanted to get any post or join any party. I will remain a volunteer. ”

Notably, Vishwas also refused to apologise for his video in which he had attacked Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for maintaining silence on the allegations of corruption against his party members. In the 13-minute video, Vishwas had said, “If you are voted on the plank of anti-corruption, and then your own people are found to be indulging in corruption and you remain silent, people will question you.”

“It is not my video. It is for the country. I will not stop speaking.”, he said regarding his video. Vishwas also said that the party should introspect rather than blaming the voting machines.