Yogendra Yadav: If I have done anything wrong, I should be punished

New Delhi, March 4: Dismissing reports that there is a 'fight for the convener's post ' AAP leader Yogendra Yadav on Wednesday said that he would not leave the party.

Speaking ahead of the National Executive meet today, Yadav said that 'AAP was born out of hope and aspirations of people, these hopes cannot go in vain.' Speaking about the controversy surrounding the convener's post he said who should be the convener is not an issue.

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Yadav: Punish me if I have done wrong

"Issue is strengthening internal democracy within party," he said.

Today's meeting may seal Yadav and Prashant Bhushan's future in the party. Though it is not clear what maybe the outcome of the meeting, Yadav said: "If I am not capable enough to be in PAC, I should be removed. That doesn't mean I'll leave the party."

Yadav further said that 'if he had done something wrong he should be punished for that. "If I had violated discipline, action should be taken," Yadav.

Yadav said that the people of Delhi have given AAP a huge mandate. "This is a moment to work with large heartedness, we represent hope. These hopes will no be dashed."

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