New Delhi, March 6: Just days after a controversial move of removing Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan from party's crucial positions, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas celebrated the festival of colour with Yadav.
Kumar Vishwas, a close aide of AAP's national convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, on Friday, March 6 played holi with Yogendra Yadav, a under-fire party member. [AAP divide persists even after Bhushan, Yadav exit]
Both leaders, however, kept aside their political distances and celebrated the festival together. Kumar Vishwas was quoted as saying, "We have to learn from Yogendra bhai on how a politician should put across his point in a polite manner. We will go to Prashant Bhushan`s place also."
Meanwhile, Yadav, who refused to comment on the rift among party leaders, said, "Enjoy Holi, at least be happy on the day of Holi. I don`t want to comment on anything political today. Forget everything today and enjoy." [Crisis shows AAP, Kejriwal in poor light]
Yadav on Thursday said the he was not quitting and will continue to work for the party. He also said that for the past one month he had been working on issues related to farmers and had been undertaking protests against the amendments made in the Land Acquisition Act.
Yadav along with another senior founder member of the party -- Prashant Bhushan has been removed from AAP's Political Affairs Committee, the highest decision making body of the party.