New Delhi, Feb 28: Yogendra Yadav, considered as one of the founding members of Aam Aadmi Party who played decisive role in driving party to victory in Delhi may soon call it a day.
Reportedly, rift within party has come to fore days after Arvind Kejriwal government took guard in Delhi. Yadav may be removed from top decision making Political Affairs Committee(PAC) which is being headed by him currently.
The move has gained ground after two important leaders Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan were not invited in PAC meeting on Friday. Without these two leaders assent, it was decided in the meeting that Arvind Kejriwal will rejig the committee.
On Thursday, Yadav had heated argument with some party leaders following which he was not invited in the Friday meet. Apparently, the national executive members were unhappy with psephologist turned politician for his role in Delhi election.
When asked about the whole matter, a party leader on term of anonymity said, "Questions were raised on what some members felt was unfair criticism of candidate selection and later comments to the media on contesting elections in other states,"
However when Yogendra Yadav was asked about his reaction he said, "I do not comment on internal party matters in the media."
Earlier, Arvind Kejriwal government announced 20000 ml free water and 50 per cent rebate in power tariff to Delhiites. The government hinted that it is serious on the promises which it made during run up to assembly elections. The government will not let people down as it was because them party came to driver's seat by routing giant BJP in Delhi.