New Delhi: Just hours after Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas hit out at the party, even hinting at a possible exit from the party, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia addressed Vishwas and appealed to him to talk on the âproper party forumâ instead of speaking to TV cameras.
âNobody has asked him to apologise. He is making it a personal fight. He said that three people - Arvind, Kumar and I â created this party. That is absolutely wrong. This party has been created by lakhs of party volunteers. It doesnât belong to me, Kumar Vishwas or Arvind Kejriwal,â Sisodia said, hitting back at Vishwas.
He added, âHe was called for the PAC meeting last night but he didnât come. I went to his place to meet him. Arvind has sat with him for three hours at a stretch. I want to tell him that issuing such open statements on TV breaks the spirit of party workers. They get demotivated if they see leaders speaking against each other on TV instead of speaking at the PAC. They know which parties and powers benefit from this. I appeal to Kumar Vishwas to come to the right platforms to speak to us instead of speaking on TV.â
Earlier in the day, Vishwas had alleged that a âconspiracyâ was afoot within the party at the behest of the leadership. âItâs not just one MLA. I think someone else is behind it. After six continuous losses, our movement against corruption has been corrupted. Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia know that I donât want to be CM, deputy CM, or the party chief,â he had said.