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NEW DELHI: A day after being expelled from the AAP, Prashant Bhushan hit out at his former party colleagues and said that “those who have expelled us face serious charges themselves”. The true consious berears of AAP founding principles are out of AAP by dictator Arivind and his sujects who have to nerve to reason.
They together have reduced AAP to most disgraced stature with in couple of months sinces coming to power on the sholders of thier consicous keepers and lacs of volunteers from across nation.
“Instead of taking action against people who are violating the AAP’s spirit and constitution, action was taken against us,” Prashant Bhushan said.
“We are disappointed with what the AAP has been reduced to,” Prashant Bhushan said in a press conference on Tuesday.
“Some AAP leaders have mortgaged their shame and will do anything for their leader,” Bhushan added.
Talking about their expulsion, Prashant Bhushan said that “immediately after the Delhi assembly elections, Arvind Kejriwal issued a diktat that Yogendra Yadav and I should be removed from AAP”.
“This entire drama of expelling us from AAP started two months ago when attempts were made to remove us from the national executive. Thank god , finally this nautanki (drama) is over,” Prashant Bhushan said sarcastically.
It shows Arvind is a complete dictator,he himself has flouted every principle that he seemed to espouse: Shazia Ilmipic.twitter.com/gpiK35WaZ7
— ANI (@ANI_news) April 21, 2015
When asked whether they can move court against their expulsion, Prashant Bhushan said: “We can go to court because of the action against us. But we do not want to spend our time and energy in court. We would rather spend our time and energy on Swaraj Abhiyan to clean politics”.
“There is certainly a sense of deep regret, there is no personal loss because these are not personal issues,” Bhushan said.