In the history of Indian politics, the AAP party has made so many records. In a span of just three years of its existence, founder members, MPs and new entrants faced expulsion. Moreover, many splinter groups have emerged from within the party in a short period of time.
In Bathinda, the AAP state intellectual wing vice president Karamjeet Singh Sra bid adieu to AAP and formed a new party named “Apna Punjab Party” to raise the issues of Punjabi’s.
The splinter group cited authoritarian attitude of AAP party Delhi high command as one biggest reason for taking the decision.The angry leader along with the supporters formed the other group.
As per the new group, the AAP party is selling fake dreams to the people of the state. They levelled allegations that Delhi AAP leaders invaded Punjab with their vicious goals. The members further alleged that there is no freedom to speak against the wrongdoings of AAP. Those have spoken against the AAP have to face suspension like two
parliamentarians along with the two founding members Prashant Bhushan and Yogender Yadav.
The dissidents claimed that a number of people like them had joined AAP with dreams to have a better Punjab, but in reality, AAP had no plan for the betterment of the state and it was selling fake dreams to Punjabis.
The AAP leaders are also exploiting the youth of the state socially, financially and politically, he said. This is not the first time when AAP members have resigned.
It is evident that there is no freedom in AAP to speak against the party or to complain about the blue eyed boys of Kejriwal. After taking the reins of Delhi government, Arvind Kejriwal expelled his old friends and founding members of AAP, Prashant Bhushan and Yogender Yadav.
The expelled leaders Bhushan and Yadav formed their own group named Swaraj. As per the record of the party, AAP supremo did not bother to expel his old friends even who had spoken against him.
In Punjab, the two parliamentarians, Dharamvir Gandhi and Harinder Khalsa faced suspension as they raised their voice against the wrong doings of AAP leaders. Even Jassi Jasraj was expelled from the party because he stood against the AAP Punjab leaders who were playing in the hands of AAP Delhi high command.
If we talk about Punjab, people joined the party with enthusiasm. However, the leaders and workers who joined AAP gradually found that the party’s activities are being controlled by AAP Delhi leaders.
The blue eyed boys of Kejriwal in Punjab have given their remote control to Kejriwal and his Delhi team who are controlling them. The infighting between AAP has been growing and now in Bhatinda a splinter group is formed.
It is a clear indication that the party would witness its doomsday in Punjab soon as people are now aware of the ill will of AAP.