AAP suspends Devinder Sehrawat from party's primary membership
The decision in this regard has been taken by Delhi State Disciplinary Committee of the party.
New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday suspended its Bijwasan MLA Colonel Devinder Sehrawat from primary membership of the party.
The decision in this regard has been taken by Delhi State Disciplinary Committee.
Meanwhile, Sehrawat has dared the party leaders to expel him, saying, "If you have the courage, severe the ties and expel. With 67 MLAs you could not perform. You don`t have it in you- So Get out of the Way."
Sehrawat had recently levelled allegations against senior party leaders and two top leaders had also filed defamation against him.
AAP`s Punjab affairs in-charge Sanjay Singh and National Organisation Building Secretary Durgesh Pathak filed defamation cases against Sehrawat and two other leaders HS Kingra and Paviter Singh, in a court in Chandigarh on Friday.
Sehrawat had written to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, allegedly saying that the senior party leaders were indulging in sexual exploitation of women aspirants for tickets from various constituencies in Punjab.
As per reports, Sehrawat had also shot off another letter to Kejriwal, saying he will be held "responsible" if 21 party MLAs appointed as Parliamentary Secretaries lose their Assembly membership in the wake of a Delhi High Court order.