Ego Issues Behind AAP Dissenters Exploding in Public?

Or, are Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav BJP Plants?

Of the two AAP leaders seeking to embarrass Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, one of them, Prashant Bhushan, did not campaign for the party for the most part during the recent elections.

His father, Shanti Bhushan attacked Mr Kejriwal at the height of the campaign. Not stopping at that, he went to the extent of saying that Mrs Kiran Bedi was a better leader and that she was an ace catch for the BJP. He behaved like a BJP mole trying to persuade voters against plumping for the AAP.

Anti-Party Activity: All that while being senior members of the AAP. If that is not an anti-party activity what is? Still, Mr Kejriwal politely chose to not take the senior Bhushan’s vitriol seriously.

Now, within weeks after the AAP was voted to power with a thumping victory over Mr Narendra Modi’s BJP, Mr Bhushan is out to damage the reputation of Mr Kejriwal by going public, alleging the latter only wanted his voice to prevail.

To me, these two are either BJP plants in the AAP, a charge that stuck with Mrs Bedi after she joined Mr Modi’s party and became its chief ministerial candidate for Delhi, or they have serious ego problems unable to digest Mr Kejriwal’s massive success that came with a humiliating defeat for both the BJP and the Congress.

My earlier post on the issue –

G Joslin Vethakumar


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