Amanatullah Khan has sought 10 days from committee to prove that Kumar Vishwas is working for BJP.
A three-member committee has been set up comprising AAP leaders to verify the veracity of his allegations.
Khan was suspended from AAP early this month.
Amidst simmering differences between senior leader Kumar Vishwas and a dominant pro-Arvind Kejriwal faction, suspended Okhla MLA Amanatullah Khan told Mail Today that he is in the process of compiling documents against Vishwas that he will place before a disciplinary committee within ten days.
Early last month when Khan was suspended following the decision of the Political Affairs Committee, a three-member committee was set up to look into the veracity of allegations levelled by Khan against Vishwas. Khan had called Vishwas ‘a BJP agent’ and accused him of working against the interest of the party. “I had asked the committee for a little more time to get documents in place. I am working on it and within 10 days I will give them whatever I am compiling. Kumar Vishwas’ truth is out in the open before everyone. Not that there is much to prove but I will place whatever I have before the committee,” Khan told Mail Today.
Asked if he has managed to get evidences on Vishwas trying to reach out to MLAs in what was alleged a coup against Kejriwal, Khan said, “His proximity to Kapil Mishra is no longer hidden. It can be seen very clearly now.”
VISHWAS VS KHAN GETS INTENSE
The Okhla MLA shot back into controversy on Thursday as Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal attended an Iftar ceremony organised by him in his constituency.
While the senior leadership sprung to his defence, calling the event a party function and therefore the CM’s participation in it.
The three-member committee comprising senior leaders Ashutosh and Atishi Marlena and headed by National General Secretary Pankaj Gupta was mandated to look into the allegations by Khan.
The committee had given him a three-week deadline to submit his representation.
“We have sent him a reminder at the end of the deadline and he has sought some more time. We are now awaiting to hear from him,” a member of the committee said. Meanwhile Khan, who was asked to step down from the PAC before being suspended from the primary membership of the party, was appointed a member in seven committees formed by the Speaker of the Delhi Legislative Assembly. The move was seen as a snub to Vishwas, who had insisted on Khan’s suspension if he were to remain in the party.