“Those who will sing the tune of ‘Arvind, Arvind’ can only stay in the party,” Congress spokesperson Rita Bahuguna Joshi told reporters, adding that the press conference by four founder-members of AAP including Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan have revealed the tussle.
Taking a dig at the Delhi chief minister, she said that since assuming the office, Kejriwal was fighting with someone, either the Centre or Haryana or Municipal Corporations of Delhi.
Kejriwal is not even responding to the issues raised by the dissidents in his own party, she added, wondering whether he has become a “dictator” after becoming the CM, so as not to reply to any query.
“The real face has been unmasked. Those who projected themselves as saints and saviours have been exposed and the greed for power has come out in the open,” she said.
Claiming that people of Delhi are feeling cheated by the “greed for power” in AAP, she said that it was strange that the outfit has banned even cameras and mobile phones at its national executive meeting. This was in spite of the fact that the dissidents wanted live coverage of the meet, she added