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Vishwas hits out at AAP ‘palace politics — Poster war

The crisis in the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) deepened Saturday with posters appearing outside the party’s headquarters alleging that Kumar Vishwas, a national executive member of AAP, was “a friend of the BJP and a traitor”.Around two dozen posters were found on the wall outside the party office at 206, Rouse Avenue. “Remove such a traitor”, read one poster.The posters also thanked Pandey for speaking the “truth” about Vishwas.In the wake of PWD slapping a fine of Rs 27 lakh on the AAP, the party has alleged that Delhi government officers are being “openly threatened” by BJP leaders to send notice to the Kejriwal dispensation lest their “career would be ruined”.Vishwas, who is the party’s Rajasthan incharge, held a meeting of almost 600 volunteers at the AAP office sitting on the ground. “Brother, you launch fervent attacks on the Congress but (you) say that you will not attack Vasundhara (Raje)”.Vishwas said, “We (AAP) did not come into being for these conspiracies and palace politics hatched by five-six people”. We are for the causes based on which the party was born at the Ramlila Maidan.Mr Vishwas, who is the party’s Rajasthan incharge, held a meeting of almost 600 volunteers at the AAP office sitting on the ground. “By the way, the party is looking for a leader who, during his campaign in Goa, stayed in a room with a view in 5-star hotel JW Marriott”, Bajpai said.He played the role of party reformer at a farmers” convention organised by AAP, vowing that he would ensure that AAP workers adhered to the party’s core principles and went back to its “basics’. In the images shared on social media, the posters called Vishwas a friend of BJP and also a traitor. He attacks while in hiding and backstabs.Mr. Pandey had recently accused Mr. Vishwas of being silent on the “transgressions” of the BJP.