New Delhi, Apr 7: In order to deflect attention from the ongoing crisis in the party, AAP chief minister Arvind Kejriwal will hold two rallies in the national capital and highlight the achievements of his government, party sources said.
The two rallies will be held on the weekend and the party is working on the details for the same. Sources said that the rallies will divert the attention of the people from the ongoing crisis in the party.
They added that Kejriwal is unhappy with the negative media coverage the party has received in recent days as the "good work" done by the government has gone unnoticed in the process. Earlier today, Kejriwal had declined to comment on the crisis that has hit AAP, saying he will not speak on party matters, but would talk only on governance in Delhi.
Taking a jibe at dissident leaders Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav, he said that if anybody wants immediate publicity, they should take to writing blogs against him. "I will not break my silence. Let's talk about governance in Delhi. I will not answer any question related to my party. I have come to change politics and, in the next five years, I want to change Delhi," Kejriwal said.