New Delhi, March 17: A day after he returned from his 10-day naturopathy treatment in Bengaluru, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday spoke about the on-going rift in AAP and said that he was 'displeased with the statements made in public.'
Kejriwal, who returned from Bengaluru on Monday night took a stock of the situation and called for a meeting of AAP leaders late at night at Yogendra Yadav's residence [Reconciliation on the cards? AAP leaders meet at Yogendra Yadav's residence].
Meanwhile, on Tuesday he said that he was unhappy with the statements about the rift that were doing rounds in the media. Kejriwal resumed work on Tuesday after his ten-day long gap.
Kejriwal also assigned Ashutosh, Sanjay Singh, Ashish Khetan and Kumar Vishwas to hold talks with senior AAP leaders Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan.
Prashant Bhushan, on the other hand said that he wanted the rift to end soon and sought a meeting with Kejriwal.
AAP is divided into two factions now; one headed by Kejriwal loyalists including Ashutosh, Ashish Khetan and Sanjay Singh, while the other faction is led by Yadav and Bhushan.