AAP is facing a hard time in Punjab after 86 office-bearers of Amritsar zone resigned from the party’s primary membership on Tuesday.
TOI reports that the AAP office-bearers resigned citing “dictatorial behaviour” particularly by so-called ‘outsiders.’
The Times of India reported former Amritsar zone in-charge Gurinder Singh Bajwa saying: “It was a difficult decision, but we decided to resign en masse from the primary membership of AAP.”
Bajwa claimed that 80% of AAP’s Amritsar zone members had resigned. When asked if he’d join Navjot Singh Sidhu’s Awaaz-e-Punjab, Bajwa replied, “This is a front of honest persons, and we want such publicly acceptable persons to come on a single platform for the betterment of Punjab.