After Rift within AAP, Arvind Kejriwal quits as Party's National Convener

New Delhi, March 04: After massive rift within the AAP, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal offered to resign from his post as the party's national convener today just before the National Executive meeting.

According to reports, Kejriwal reportedly said that he was busy with his work as the CM of Delhi and the responsibility the party as the national convener was an over burden for him. He said that he could not be able to handle both the jobs at a time efficiently. He wanted to concentrate on Delhi.

Kejriwal was deeply hurt by the ongoing development in the party after internal matter came to fore with the allegations against him made by senior party leader Prashant Bhushan in a letter.

Bhushan alleged that the party transformed into a one person centric. He expressed his opinion recommending the name of Yogendra Yadav to take the responsibility of the national convener of the party.

With the latest decision of Kejriwal to resign from the convener post, Yadav is now hopeful to yield some good news in his favour.