Jalandhar, Oct 2: Aam Aadmi Party's Punjab unit leader Pranab Roy on Thursday hit out at two of his party colleagues saying they have been undermining the outfit's prospects in the state and should be sent on "long leave".
"I would request Arvind Kejriwal to send AAP leaders Ashish Talwar and Dilip Pandey on long leave to improve the party's chances in the 2017 Assembly Polls in Punjab," the AAP leader said.
"Both Talwar and Pandey have being misguiding AAP chief and Delhi Chief Minster Arvind Kejriwal and its greatest proof is the party's poor show in the recent Delhi University Students' Union polls," Roy said.
"These two leaders were destroying AAP in Punjab and another leader Sanjay Singh was working according to their wishes," he alleged. Asked about reports about his expulsion from AAP, Roy said he came to know about it from the newspapers and has not received any letter or e-mail from the party leadership in his regard.