Kumar Vishwas has spoken against his own Aam Aadmi Party, saying that it has deviated from its path and needs to get rid of “Viruses”. He has also said that he’d like to have some of the more controversial members of the party, who had been ousted for some reasons, should come back and their should be a “version 2” of the party. He also stated that the presence of inner group in the party has damaged the relationship of the party members and their overall image. Vishwas doesn’t have any plans to create another party, or break AAP in groups, but he’d like to go back to the founding principles of the party, that was formed in 2012.
He has also claimed to have reached out to the previously estranged members, Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav, and is attempting to bring them back to the party. These claims have now been denied by the Party Leader and the Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal.
There have been rumors of rifts in the party and it has not avoided the scandal of corruption, but Vishwas has said that he won’t let the party succumb to the tactics of the people trying to break it.