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# 2: AAP Version II

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is undergoing a series of conflicts since its historic victory in Delhi Assembly Polls 2015. The most discussed event of all was expulsion of party veteran leaders Mr. 202 more words

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India's Anticorruption 'Common Man' Party Expels Senior Leaders

India’s perennially tumultuous Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) found itself embroiled in controversy yet again this week, expelling four members including two co-founders late Monday night. 212 more words

AAP reduced to a Kaap Panchayat - Prashant Bhushan. "Where Dictator dictates subjects surrender"

NEW DELHI: A day after being expelled from the AAP, Prashant Bhushan hit out at his former party colleagues and said that “those who have expelled us face serious charges themselves”. 314 more words

Yogendra Yadav, Prashant Bhushan, Anand Kumar and Ajit Jha expelled from Aam Aadmi Party

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New Delhi: After a marathon meeting of the disciplinary committee of Aam Admi Party the expulsion of four senior party leaders Yogendra Yadav, Prashant Bhushan, Anand Kumar and Ajit Jha was annouinced close to midnight on Monday. 144 more words

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Will Arvind Kejriwal resign as CM ! If Charges on Ashish & Pankaj proved. Serious Charges on AK & Coteire too.

AAP unfortuanately is every thing but truthfull. Various factual narations of renowned and celeberated senior Adovate a RTI activist and founder of AAP Prashant Bhushan and equally credible and thruthful leader of AAP and its founder member Yogender Yadav in response to show cause notices issued to them separtely have put to wall the whole AK Cotiery. 1,440 more words

Swaraj Sanwad account for 14th April Volunteers Meet. It will also voluntarily follow RTI norms.

Swaraj Abhiyan which will be a pressure group to address the issues of the nation and its people. As promised in 15th press meet at press club Delhi Swaraj Abhiayan has put in public domain the expenditure of its event held on 14th of April at Shubh Vatika in Haryana Gurgoan.   187 more words