Flanked by JD (U) MLA Shoaib Iqbal and Independent legislator Rambir Shokeen, Binny, said, "I along with Shoaib Iqbal and Rambir will meet Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and withdraw support if our demands are not met in 48 hours."
Addressing a press conference, Binny said he would also form a political front with two other AAP MLAs, who are in touch with him, along with municipal councillors.

Kejriwal government may be reduced to minority if Binny, others withdraw support
Binny, who has been shown the door for "indiscipline" by AAP, has put forth a series of demands with Delhi government which include fulfillment of promises made by the party before the Assembly polls.
He also asked the government to sort out the issues related to power and water sector. He demanded that government should give subsidy on 8 percent increase in power surcharge.
The DERC has increased the power surcharge ranging from 6 to 8 percent this month.
"The government should make women squads as promised to prioritise security of women. Instead of charging people for entire 700 litres of water after exceeding the limit, the government should charge only for water consumed over 700 looters,” he said.
Reminding the AAP government of its promise of waiving the "inflated" power bills of 1,05,200 people who have not paid their bills on the call of Kejriwal during the protests, Binny said,"the government should waive off their dues first."

In the December 2013 Delhi assembly elections, the AAP won 28 seats in the 70-member house and formed the government with the outside support of the Congress that had won eight seats.

Iqbal and an Independent also extended support to the AAP in the assembly. Of AAP's 28 lawmakers, one was elected speaker and another MLA - Binny - was expelled for anti-party activities.


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