Truce between warring factions? Yadav, Kejriwal camps discuss modalities of 'AAP expansion'

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New Delhi, Mar 18: In an attempt to mitigate ongoing crisis within Aam Aadmi Party, warring factions apparently are trying their best to sort out differences. In last couple of days party leaders have conducted series of meetings to bury the hatchet.

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On Wednesday, members from both the camps held a marathon meeting in south Delhi where leaders discussed about the modalities of party expansion.

AAP rift over now?

In the third attempt in three days to sort out contentious issues between dissident leader Yogendra Yadav and Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP, both camps discussed about forward planning of the party.

Apart from the issues related to the inner party democracy, transparency in the organisation, preparing an active list of volunteers at the earliest, identifying states the party will contest polls and appropriate role of Yadav and his future in the party were also discussed.

"It is going good so far. Several issues were discussed including the role of Yogendra Yadav in the party. Now that he is out of PAC, an appropriate responsibility would be given to him, but a final call would be taken only by the PAC," said a party source.

The Kejriwal camp was represented by PAC members Sanjay Singh and senior leaders in the Delhi unit Ashish Khetan and Ashutosh while Ajit Jha and Anand Kumar put forth Yadav's point. Another dissident leader, Prashant Bhushan was not present at the meeting, but was represented by Kumar and Jha.

The marathon sessions also saw both sides discussing the decision of the PAC to expand and contest in other states. The discussion concentrated on clarity on the decisions taken by the PAC yesterday, which included expanding and contesting in other states and preparing an active list of volunteers.

While a decision was taken to prepare an active list of the party volunteers, Yadav’s camp insisted that the list should be out in a month while the Kejriwal camp said it would at least take three months to do so.

The Yadav camp also asked to identify the states in which the party was going to contest polls and expand in near future and also identify the leaders who could be the faces of party in those states.

OneIndia

(With inputs from PTI)

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