"I have asked Kejriwal that assurances given to the people of Delhi should be fulfilled. He should let me know by January 26 and if I am not satisfied, I will sit on an indefinite fast from January 27," he told reporters after visiting the Saibaba temple here.
Binny, who had called Kejriwal a "dictator" and accused his government of cheating people, however, maintained he would not join any other political party, including the BJP or the Congress.
"I will stay in the AAP and talk about party's policies and points. If the AAP sacks me, I will still demand implementation of its policies," he said.
Binny alleged that AAP took decisions behind closed doors, but posed before the people as if these decisions were taken in public view.
When asked about the notice served on him by his party, he said, "I have already sent my reply to their notice and I have not taken any wrong step. I have not abused anybody, but raised my voice about people's problems like water, electricity and protection of women. If such things are offences, I will keep doing them.”
Binny said the AAP was formed to solve common people’s problems and not for positions.