Will withdraw support to AAP tomorrow: Vinod Kumar Binny
New Delhi: The AAP government in Delhi is facing trouble on all fronts. Moments after it hit out at the BJP alleging that it was trying to buy its MLAs, expelled party leader Vinod Kumar Binny announced that he will withdraw support to the AAP government on Tuesday.
“I am meeting Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung tomorrow with Rambeer Shokeen and Shoaib Iqbal. We will withdraw support to AAP government,” Binny told CNN-IBN.
However, in the same breath he added that his support still lay with the AAP and denied reports that he had approached the BJP. “It is baseless to say that I am with the BJP. They have not approached me either,” he said.
Binny also claimed having the support of a Shiromani Akali Dal leader. Sources said that Binny had met SAD MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa last night, along with Shokeen and Iqbal. Sirsa, however, denied any threat to the AAP government.
“There was no formal meeting with Binny. I am in alliance with the BJP and the BJP’s decision will be my decision,” he said.
At a press conference on Monday, AAP MLA Madan Lal alleged that Binny and Sirsa had told him the AAP government won’t last long.