When Binni was asked about what Kejriwal said, the rebellion MLA said that he had never asked for MP's ticket and if Kejriwal had said this then he was completely lying.
When we spoke to Binni to know his views on why he is taking anti-party stand, he said that he would make everything clear in a press conference tomorrow. “I am going to organise a press conference tomorrow where all your questions and queries will be answered," said Binni.
Speaking to us on this issue an AAP MLA and currently a cabinet minister in Kejriwal's government Girish Soni refuted Binni's allegations and said that the party is trying its best to fulfil every poll promise it had made to the public.
“I have no information on this issue and came to know about this incident only from the media. But as reports are saying if he (Vinod Kr. Binni) has said so, then it's his own personal opinion. I believe that the party is still sticking to its promises and working on the issues that it has raised earlier. We have strict orders from the higher authority to stick to the plan and not to deviate from the path in any condition”.
On the latest episode, the Aam Aadmi Party has also said that other parties are trying to create rift with in the AAP to destabilise the government.
This is not the first time when Binni has made his anti-party sentiments public. Also during the formation of the government in Delhi last December, Binni had staged a walkout in the middle of a party meeting. That time it was said that since Binni was not offered ministerial position, so he boycotted the meeting.
Later both the AAP and Binni denied of having any differences between them. Vinod Kumar Binni is a former Congress party leader who had quit the party in 2011 and later joined the AAP.