When Kapil Mishra posted a letter on Twitter addressed to Delhi ACB Chief M.K. Meena asking him why former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit has not been questioned, Vishwas re-tweeted Mishra's tweet and said: "No compromise on corruption".
In his next tweet, he vowed to continue the fight against corruption in and outside the party.
In his last tweet, Vishwas hinted at launching another Jantar-Mantar type movement against corruption.
Gandhian Anna Hazare started a hunger-strike at Jantar-Mantar from April 5, 2011 to demand anti-corruption Lokpal Bill. The historic movement had the support of virtually entire nation. Later, the movement died a slow death but it gave birth to the AAP, which rules Delhi.
It was Hazare's movement that also gave political fame to Arvind Kejriwal, Kumar Vishwas, Manish Sisodia, Prashant Bhusan, and Yogendra Yadav etcetera. They had formed the AAP against the wishes of Hazare.
Kejriwal-led AAP has already sacked Bhushan and Yadav from the party. Vishwas, a member of AAP's Political Affairs Committee (PAC) member, has not been part of any governmental post.
In the recent past, Vishwas has locked horns with Kejriwal. In order to pacify him, Kejriwal made Vishwas in-charge of Rajasthan and also sacked AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan from the PAC, who had alleged that Vishwas was dancing to the tunes of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
With Mishra's removal from Delhi's cabinet and Vishwas' mood, it is expected that the AAP's internal fight is going to be intensify.
(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)
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