Bhushan said that 'Kejriwal was a great campaigner but lacks organisational skills.' He said: "AAP must not lose the principles that it was founded on." Bhushan added that Arvind Kejriwal lacked the ability to manage the party at the national level.
He said: "AAP has failed to expand across India." Bhushan said that the party also lacked any internal democracy.
Former AAP leader Shazia Ilmi, who earlier quit the party after the Lok Sabha drubbing spoke to Times Now and said that she echoed with Bhushan's statements. "This is exactly why I had left the party. There is no internal democracy in AAP," Ilmi said.
This is however not the first time that the party is facing such allegations. Former AAP leaders like Imli, Vinod Kumar Binny and Capt Gopinath too quit the AAP facing smiliar situations and said that the AAP had become a 'one-man show.'