Accusing senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Yogendra Yadav of conspiring against the party in Delhi assembly polls, AAP national executive member Naveen Jaihind has sought the former's ouster from the party for 'mistrusting' party workers.
In a statement on Wednesday, Jaihind, who had earlier blamed Yadav for party' poor performance in the Lok Sabha elections, gave reasons to shunt him out of party for 'selling" party tickets in polls.
Jaihind said, "Yadav intentionally tried to build pressure on the party to accommodate his chosen people in Parliamentary Affairs Committee and other key positions to run the show his way, which caused irreparable loss to party".
Demanding action against Yadav, he said, "Why Yogendra Yadav, who is under scanner, should not be sacked for creating internal differences in the party, which resulted in a humiliating defeat in of the party in Haryana and Punjab in Lok Sabha elections last year".
He further alleged that Yadav had also instigated former party colleagues Shazia Ilmi and Vinod Binny against Kejriwal in the 2014 Delhi assembly polls, which engendered infighting in the party.