In a report carried out by the Economic Times, Yogendra Yadav is said to have said that some prominent leaders had shown interest in the AAP. "These are people who are feeling suffocated with the way their parties are functioning," he said.
Yadav: People are feeling suffocated with the way their parties function
Yadav also said that the main challenge was to separate the god and clean leaders from the no-so-good ones and invite them to join the party.
AAP member Manish Sisodia said that many recognizable faces from political parties including Congress and BJP were in touch with Arvind Kejriwal.
However both Yadav and Sisodia refused to give any names.
This can also be an indication of many leaders who want to associate with the AAP before the Lok Sabha elections in 2014, considering the party stunning debut in the Delhi Assembly elections.