After Vinod Binny, another AAP member attacks party leadership

New Delhi: After Vinod Kumar Binny, another AAP member Tina Sharma attacked the party leadership over alleged non-fulfilment of the promises made in its 2013 manifesto and ignoring the issue of women's security.

"We have not catered to the manifesto of 2013 (assembly elections) and we have started the work on 2014 (Lok Sabha polls) manifesto", Shama told reporters.

Firstpost/Naresh Sharma

Firstpost/Naresh Sharma

The former BJP member said "people ask me that when you have not endorsed the manifesto of 2013 and you are talking to us on 2014 manifesto, then what is your credibility?"

Sharma, who joined AAP after its electoral success last month, also charged the party with not looking into women's safety issues.

"Where are women commandos? Why have the issues of women become unimportant to the party? Why have they become ceremonial," Sharma said.


Updated Date: Jan 15, 2014 20:37 PM

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