New Delhi, March 29: A day after the controversial Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) meet in Delhi, the party on Sunday, March 29 released the video of Arvind Kejriwal's speech at the event.
In the video, Kejriwal was seen threatening to quit from all posts of the party. He was also seen lashing out at party's founder-members Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav, moments before they were sacked from the National Executive, accusing them of engaging in "anti-party" activities.
The Delhi Chief Minister started his speech at the party's National Council by recounting AAP's journey in 2014, from the lows of the quitting the government followed by its Lok Sabha debacle to the high of a historic victory in the Delhi Assembly polls.
Soon after this, he started attacking Yadav and Bhushan and asked the members to "make a choice between him and them.
Kejriwal's statement prompted Yadav and Bhushan to accuse him of "instigating" the members.
The Delhi CM also pointed out that Prashant Bhushan and his father Shanti Bhushan and Yadav made every effort to defeat AAP in Delhi elections.