Binny, a former Congressman who had publicly displayed his unhappiness after he was left out of the cabinet in December, also threatened to "expose" the party at a press conference tomorrow while slamming it for "failing" to fulfil the promises made to people of Delhi.
Rubbishing the MLA's criticism, Arvind Kejriwal said, "First, he had come to me for ministership, we refused. After that, he wanted to contest the Lok Sabha polls. He came to my house to ask for the ticket. The party has decided that all sitting MLAs would not be given tickets for the Lok Sabha polls."
Binny immediately denied demanding either ministership or ticket to contest the Lok Sabha polls, saying it was the "biggest lie if he (Arvind Kejriwal) has made the statement that I went to him for Lok Sabha ticket. I even never soght the post of minister."
Earlier, the MLA said there has been lot of difference between what the party promised and how the government was working.
"I will divulge all these things in a press conference tomorrow to ensure accountability and transparency in the party," the Laxmi Nagar MLA told reporters.
Binny said he was not upset over not becoming a minister and wants to raise the issues in public interest.
"I am not upset over anything. The party is drifting from the main issues. Hence, it is important for us to make them realise that we are in the party for its cause and the issues it raised," the MLA said.
Arvind Kejriwal said there was a meeting on Tuesday of all 70 candidates who contested the Delhi polls but the MLA did not raise a single point in the meeting.
"I do not know what his intentions are and I do not even want to get into it. We are the most sensitive government towards resolving issues. We welcome criticism, be it the public, media or the BJP," he said.
The Chief Minister said party leader Yogendra Yadav will handle the issue.