New Delhi: The sting operation in which Arvind Kejriwal has reportedly horse-trade to form government in Delhi has proved to be one of the most significant sticking points in the negotiations.
In the letter Yadav-Bhushan said, "We were told all probes are possible but we must not even think about raising any "sensitive'' issues that implicates the top leadership'' indicating the Kejriwal camp's unwillingness for a probe.
The open letter by Bhushan-Yadav to Kejriwal says that none of their demands were effectively met though appearances were made of negotiations.READ MORE
Bhushan-Yadav had also sought a system to ensure volunteers voice would be part of the decision making process but their proposal to allow a vote on major decisions was turned down.
As published by ET, the letter said, "We were told that state organization could take routine organizational and programmatic decisions, but any decision to contest elections, even at the level of panchayat or municipality, will be taken in Delhi and that too in the PAC. The latest decision to depute (Kumar Vishwas) Kumar bhai to assess whether the party should contest municipal elections in Maharashtra confirms our suspicions".
According to the letter the Kejriwal camp had demanded that party's office bearers must declare their assets as per the EC's affidavit, disclose their IT returns to the party and that the principle of one-family-one-post be extended to special invitees which were accepted.