New Delhi: BJP, Congress and JD(U) today attacked Aam Aadmi Party in unison for expulsion of Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav from its Political Affairs Committee (PAC), alleging there is no internal democracy inside the AAP and the move will “hurt” people's sentiments.
“Evicting Yadav and Bhushan from PAC will further create controversy. What will happen to promises they made to people who blindly trusted such new party which called themselves different from the BJP and Congress,” senior BJP leader Vijay Goel said here.
Goel also said that Aam Aadmi Party has duped the people of national capital.
“When members of PAC can be evicted, you can imagine what happens to workers in the AAP. They should fulfil all their promises, putting such controversy on end,” the BJP leader also said.
Congress also came down heavily on AAP, saying there is no internal democracy within the party. “Like BJP, dictatorship also prevails in Aam Aadmi Party. BJP has formed Margdarshak Mandal, but its leaders don't listen to members of this Mandal...the same situation is with AAP where only some persons are listened,” Congress leader Jai Parkash Aggarwal said.
“This is internal matter of AAP, but whatever is happening is very unfortunate. Personal differences between party leaders are not good,” JD (U)'s general secretary K C Tyagi said.