Just out of the drubbing that Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party had received in the Delhi municipal elections, the AAP was hurtling towards another crisis in April-end. There was talk that senior AAP leader Vishwas Kumar had planned a coup to replace Mr Kejriwal as the party chief and the party appeared to be headed for a split. Mr Kejriwal stopped the slide with a single message on Twitter, calling Mr Vishwas his "younger brother". Mr Kumar Vishwas had then promptly retweeted. Less than 50 days later, Mr Vishwas suggested in an interview to NDTV on Tuesday that he was not sure about his relationship with Mr Kejriwal any longer. "We all work for a party... we are not relatives... we all work for a common cause," the AAP co-founder said, distancing himself from the "younger brother" remark.