New Delhi: Two days after Prashant Bhushan was sacked from Aam Aadmi Party's National Executive, he lashed out at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday and reportedly said that people who challenge his decisions will be shown their way out.
“People who raise a voice of dissent, challenge Arvind's decisions will be shown way out. Only people who agree with him can stay,” Bhushan was quoted by ANI.
A video was released by the party on Sunday in which the AAP chief was seen accusing Yogendra Yadav and Bhushan of conspiring against the party.
Reacting to the recent developments, Bhushan told ANI, “The video was edited to remove parts where several MLAs were seen creating ruckus.”
He added that they had requested to be allowed to videograph the proceedings but were not allowed to carry their phones and even pens for the meeting.
He also questioned the move of not allowing the internal Lokapal Admiral (retd) Ramdas, who was later removed from his post, to attend the National Executive meeting even though he was permitted to do so on previous occasions.
"He went to Bombay to attend the meeting as he has been invited on all earlier occasions, he didn't allow him to be there because he would have been a very independent person to have reported what actually happened inside," Bhushan was quoted by ANI.
The party had yesterday removed Prashant Bhushan and Admiral Ramdas from disciplinary committee and internal Lokpal respectively.