On farmers' suicide in the state, he alleged that those in power in Rajasthan believed in dynasty politics and did not understand the pain of tillers and the common people.
The party will fight the state polls and take up issues pertaining to farmers, unemployment, corruption, power and water, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader said.
On the killing of a Class 2 student of Ryan International School in Gurgaon last Friday, he alleged that the owners of the institution were associated with the BJP.
"We have been able to curb such institutions in New Delhi that have commercialised education and are run by wealthy businessmen and leaders. I believe such institutions will be stopped in Rajasthan too," Vishwas said in a press conference here.
Responding to a question on internal strife in his party, he said that this was common in democracy and that he believed that the supremacy of the leaders adversely affect the basic ideas of any party.
"AAP is against supremo culture," Vishwas said.
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