Kumar Vishwas wants to be boss, says AAP leader.

New Delhi - India
The talk that Kumar Vishwas may jump ship from Aam Aadmi Party to the BJP, has surfaced again. This time from within Delhi's ruling party. Senior party leader Amanatullah Khan, who is also a member of AAP's core Political Affairs Committee or PAC, has accused Mr Vishwas of conspiring to take over the party's top post. In case he is thwarted, he would walk away to the BJP with a chunk of AAP legislators, each of whom has been offered Rs. 30 crore, Mr Khan said two days after the party's founder member hinted at some unease.

Party chief Arvind Kejriwal, though, was having none of it. A tweet in Hindi from him read, "Kumar is my younger brother. Some people are trying to drive a wedge between us. They are the enemies of the party. They should refrain. No one can separate us."

Last week, AAP was trounced in the civic elections in Delhi, where it had swept the assembly polls two years ago, winning 67 of the 70 seats; the BJP got the remaining three.


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