Vishwas apologises to Jaitley

In his letter to Jaitley, Disgruntled AAP leader Kumar Vishwas said he made these allegations on the basis of Arvind Kejriwal's assertions, which were endorsed by other leaders also.

AAP rebel leader Kumar Vishwas on Monday apologised to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for levelling allegations against him in connection with the functioning of Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA).

However, he once again trained guns at his party chief Arvind Kejriwal calling him a "coward" and "liar".

The Delhi High Court accepted the apology tendered by Vishwas after Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw went through the letter submitted by the dissident leader in the court saying he has unequivocally withdrawn all the allegations levelled against the senior BJP leader.

"Apology has been accepted by the plaintiff and this court and decree is passed in favour of Arun Jaitley and against Kumar Vishwas in terms of letter handed over today (Monday)," the high court said.

In his letter to Jaitley, the disgruntled AAP leader said he made these allegations on the basis of Kejriwal's assertions, which were endorsed by other leaders also.

He also claimed he and others were swayed away by Kejriwal's claims. He described the chief minister a "coward and liar".

Kejriwal and four other AAP leaders — Raghav Chadha, Sanjay Singh, Ashutosh and Deepak Bajpai — had last month tendered an unequivocal apology to Jaitley in the Rs 10 crore defamation suit filed against them by the Union minister.

However, Vishwas had not joined these leaders then.

 

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