Aam Aadami Party or AAP is facing serious internal issues. The two founding fathers of AAP are thrown out of the party.

The issue is much bigger than it seems. Party is not challenged by BJP or Congress this time but challenged by its own senior most leaders.

Yogendra YAdav and Prashant Bhushan contributed to the growth of party and are suddenly thrown out.

Posted 2 years, 5 months ago by Prakash mehta

Any organisation without proper policies whether economical or social will not sustain for longer. What AAP has is only few aims, which each party and each individual have.

Removing corruption is an aim and not a policy, removal of corruption is a task which each political party has to undertake despite of their policies.

AAP does not have any policy. They have not stated whether they are communist, right ot center. They do not have policies for foreign affairs, FDI, infrastruture and due to this we will so more and more problem in AAP.

Posted 2 years, 5 months ago by Rahul Rai

You are right. Prashant Bhushan had different opinion on Kashmir, his views were against interest of country. Similarly Yadav was a communist.

The remaining members of AAP seems to be with ideology of Congress (center) and this could be reason of conflict.

Posted 2 years, 5 months ago by Prakash mehta

There may be differences in opinions but pillars of the parties should not be thrown out. This will lead to end of AAP.

Posted 2 years, 5 months ago by Mukesh Jain CA

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