Former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Hardip Singh Kingra, who resigned from the party on Monday, took the party’s Delhi leadership head on, saying he will “expose” party’s national organisational secretary Durgesh Pathak.
Kingra, considered a close associate of AAP’s Punjab convener Sucha Singh Chhotepur, has been denied the party ticket from Faridkot where the AAP had fielded Gurdit Singh Sekhon. Kingra said he was not taking cudgels against the party because he had been denied a ticket. “I had revolted against the Delhi leaders three months ago also on Facebook. It’s for everyone to see,” he said.
Lashing out at Pathak on his Facebook page, Kingra alleged he had been conniving against the party’s state convener without any reason. “No reason except hunger for power. Another group against the convener arises and I, being close to the convener, get caught in the crossfire,” he posted on Facebook. “The central leadership threatens party workers that whoever doesn’t accept these sycophants as leaders in Punjab, will meet the same fate as the Yogendra Yadav group. Every volunteer accepts them out of fear. But these individuals don’t have intellectual capacity and leadership skills,” he said.
Here’s his Facebook post: