Palampur (Himachal Pradesh): Senior AAP leader Prashant Bhushan on Tuesday said it would be hard for him to return to Delhi, a day before the party's crucial national executive meeting.
"Right now it's not clear. It is hard for me to go there ( Delhi), as I have too many meetings fixed here," Bhushan, who is currently in Palampur, told ANI.
The AAP has called a national executive meeting on March 4 to decide on various issues including the latest controversy over rift in the party.
The national executive meeting may decide the future of senior leaders Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan.
Various sections of the media have reported a rift within the AAP after its internal Lokpal Admiral (Retd.) L Ramdas wrote a letter to party chief Arvind Kejriwal as well as party members, Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan, expressing concern over the growing divide within the party.
Ramdas, in his letter, reportedly sought to draw the attention of the founding members to the importance of ' internal unity' and appealed for a quick resolution.
AAP leader Sanjay Singh had earlier said that attempts were being made to change Kejriwal as AAP's national convener.
The rift within the AAP came out in the open with Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan voicing dissent against the manner in which the party is being run by Kejriwal.
The two leaders also reportedly offered to opt out of the Political Affairs Committee of the party.