New Delhi, March 18: Senior AAP leader Prashant Bhushan said that he would quit all the posts from the party if the long pending issues will be sorted out soon. After party chief Arvind Kejriwal returned to Delhi after undergoing treatment in Bengaluru, Bhushan wrote a letter to him in this regard.
In a letter to Kejriwal after his arrival, Bhushan said that he was not asked to resign from the National Executive, but he is ready to step down if his suggestions will be accepted to strengthen the party and the long pending issues will be resolved.
Bhushan also sent an SMS to Kejriwal appealing to him to meet him, but the Delhi chief minister, who is busy at his works, ignored his request and did not give time to the senior party leader. He said that he can discuss the issues with other party members.
The ongoing rift within the party indicated many things. Kejriwal, who always shows that he is down-to-earth, seems to be in no mood to have interaction with the top leaders, who played a great role in floating a party from the revolution.