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AAP says Bhushan, Yadav have quit; they deny

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  27 March 2015 12:00 AM GMT

New Delhi, March 26: Delhi’s ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) said on Thursday evening that senior leaders Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav had quit its tiol executive but the two immediately denied this.

Making the announcement, party spokesman Ashish Khetan said both appeared to be dead set against the leadership of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the AAP’s best known face.

“They say one thing in private and another in public,” he told the media, adding he had been involved in days of close-door discussions with both men.

Bhushan, a founder member of the AAP and a Supreme Court advocate, and Yadav, a political pundit, quickly denied this. Yadav asked Kejriwal loyalists to produce his resigtion letter.

“What is being passed off as ‘resigtion letter’ is a note for interl negotiations,” Yadav said in a tweet.

He said it was “ridiculous” to say he and Bhushan demanded Kejriwal’s removal as the tiol convenor.

“This wasn’t mentioned in our note, never came up for discussion. Can they give any proof?” he asked.

Yadav added: “I hear funny news about the PAC (Political Affairs Committee) accepting our resigtion. Will my colleagues please produce a copy of the resigtion letter?”

The AAP has been embroiled in an interl tussle after taking power in Delhi last month, with the pro-Kejriwal camp accusing Bhushan and Yadav of trying to oust the chief minister. Both have denied the charge. (IANS)

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