AAP trouble gets bigger
Just few days back, key AAP members Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav were removed from the party’s Political Affairs Committee attracting sharp reactions from within the party. The party had reasoned that both Yadav and Bhushan were propagating against the party and Kejriwal during Delhi elections hence did not deserve to remain in the committee. Many in the party are seeking proper explanations on the decision of sacking Yadav and Bhushan. The party seem to have divided into supporters of Kejriwal and other key-members like Yogendra Yadav , Prashant Bhushan and Mayank Gandhi.
To add to the trouble, former AAP MLA, Rajesh Garg, alleged Kejriwal was involved in trying to lure six congress MLAs to leave Congress and make their own party and support AAP during its last tenure of 49 days. He released an audio tape in which Kejriwal allegedly, is heard, trying to poach congress MLAs. Resulting this, another key- member from Mumbai, Anjali Damania has resigned from the party.