Posters calling for the expulsion of party leader Kumar Vishwas were put up outside Aam Aadmi Party's office in Delhi over allegations of him being a 'traitor' and indulging in anti-party activities.
These posters also thank Dilip Pandey, who quit as a convenor for AAP in April following AAP's defeat in Delhi civic polls, and accuse Vishwas of collaborating with BJP and backstabbing other party and members.
Reports say that earlier this week, Pandey hit out at a poet-cum-politician, asking why he was openly abusing Congress. While on the other hand, he was going soft on Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. The top brass is not happy with Vishwas after he asked party volunteers in Rajasthan to not stay in five-star hotels and farmhouses.
The newly-appointed treasurer of the party, Deepak Bajpai, also took on Vishwas on Thursday after Vishwas accused party leaders of using party funds to stay in five-star hotels during Punjab and Goa elections. "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.
Reports say, while Vishwas is known to be usually staying in five-star hotels during his tours, his aides have defended him saying that he does not use party funds.