AAP candidate complains to Kejriwal against state convener

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Bathinda
  • Updated: May 22, 2014 12:33 IST

Singer-turned-politician Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate Jasraj Singh Longia alias Jassi Jasraj has sent a mail to party president Arvind Kejriwal expressing resentment against the activities of the party’s state convener Sumel Singh Sidhu during the election campaigning here.

“I was left alone in Bathinda. The party’s state unit did not back me during elections. Sumel Sidhu hardly came to Bathinda.

Bathinda was as important in Punjab as Varanasi was in India. But Kejriwal was kept in dark. He visited Sangrur but his route programme was cleverly diverted from Bathinda by some members of the state unit as it would have surely turned things in my favour,” said Jasraj, while talking to HT.

“Now the party has won four seats and there are many people coming forward to claim the credit.

These people were nowhere when we were fighting on the ground,” said Jassi.

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