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There's no internal rift within the party: AAP's Delhi MLAs
These days reports are doing round that Aam Aadmi Party is suffering from the disease of internal conflicts with several key members openly criticising party policies and the chief Arvind Kejriwal. Not only this, in the last few days few key AAP leader have also resigned from the party.

There are reports that Aam Aadmi Party leader Shazia Ilmi has rejected to contest from UP's Rai Bareli constituency. Kumar Vishwas, who has to contest against Congress scion has taken the route of twitter to express his dissent. Mallika Sarabhai is feeling apparently ignored in the Arvind Kejriwal led AAP.

Founding member Ashwini Kumar has come out in open to say that Lok Sabha tickets were pre-decided and are given to candidates having association with 'Ford Foundation'. He even called Kejriwal a CIA agent also. And only 2-3 days back AAP's National Executive member, Ashok Aggarwal has quit the party. Not only this but at some places AAP volunteers have protested against the Lok Sabha ticket given to some candidates.

Despite all this AAP MLAs in Delhi feel that there is no internal conflict with the party and its all opposition driven campaign to harm AAP's fortunes in upcoming elections.

Jarnail Singh, AAP MLA from Delhi's Tilak Nagar constituency, while denying the reports of conflicts with in the party said, "There can be only one party candidate who can contest election from each constituency; but there are many expectants of the ticket from that single seat and it raises some small controversies which gets resolved soon."

He also requested Media to do neutral reporting. "Media should show all kinds of news, both positive and negative," said Singh.

Echoing similar views that the reports of internal rift among AAP leader are nothing but complete lies, Madan Lal, an AAP MLA from Kasturba Nagar constituency in Delhi said, "We are not here to rule the country, we joined the party to serve the nation, and all our members follow the same line of thought."

He also said that there were few people who joined the party only for ticket, and when they did not get it, they became anti-AAP.

"We don't want such people in our party who are greedy for election ticket," said Madan Lal. 

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