Expelled AAP leaders target Arvind Kejriwal, compare AAP to 'khap panchayat'

New Delhi, April 21: A day after they were expelled from the AAP, both Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav have spoken up and said that the action taken against them is 'unconstitutional.'

Speaking to the media, Bhushan said that he was disappointed with what AAP has been reduced to from what it began as. "No doubt that the action taken against us is unconstitutional and illegal," he said.

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Yadav, Bhushan react to their explusion

Bhushan even termed the AAP to be a 'khap panchayat' and said that he was glad that the whole drama was over.

Meanwhile, Yogendra Yadav said that at first he was angry but then he was sad after his explusion and said: "I have been dragged out of my own house." Yadav without hinting at the formation of a new party said that maybe the expulsion will be the beginning 'of a new and beautiful journey.'

He added that during the meeting 'Swaraj Samvad it was unanimously decided that they on their own will not walk out of AAP as it was their home.'

Both the leaders were expelled on Monday night for anti-party activities and gross indiscipline [AAP expels Yogendra Yadav, Prashant Bhushan from party]. AAP had served them a show cause notice on Friday and had sought their reply after two days.

Both Bhushan and Yadav replied to the notice yesterday following which they were sacked from the party.

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