New Delhi, Nov 2: Supporters of AAP leader Kumar Vishwas and AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan raised slogans and counter-slogans outside the National Council meeting of the Aam Aadmi Party here on Thursday evening.
The commotion erupted after the meeting got over.
Earlier this week, the AAP revoked the suspension of Khan, who had faced disciplinary action in May after he called Kumar Vishwas, a founder-member of the party and its Rajasthan in-charge, a "BJP agent".
As both leaders came out of the meeting and walked towards their cars, their supporters raised slogans against one another.
Asked whether he expressed his displeasure at the meeting over the revoking of Khan's suspension, Kumar Vishwas said as he was not listed as a "speaker in the party agenda" and so he did not speak.
He, however, added that he did speak about Rajasthan.
A party source told IANS that Kumar Vishwas spoke twice at the meeting but on Khan.
Unlike in the past, Kumar Vishwas was not a listed speaker in the annual meeting attended by more than 300 party leaders from across the country.
He was also not seated on the dias with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and other senior leaders and sat amongst the delegates.
Earlier, Kumar Vishwas had said that Khan represented those who wanted to destroy the AAP.
In May, Kumar Vishwas was named the AAP in-charge of Rajasthan, where elections are due next year. The same day, Khan was suspended from the party.
The decisions came days after Khan alleged that Kumar Vishwas was conspiring to break the AAP and plotting a coup against Kejriwal at the behest of the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Rashtriya Swyamsevak Sangh.