Prashant Bhushan told me it was essential for AAP to lose Delhi polls: Anjali Damania

 Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Anjali Damania on Saturday said her colleague Prashant Bhushan wanted the party to lose the elections in Delhi.

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Anjali Damania on Saturday said her colleague Prashant Bhushan wanted the party to lose the elections in Delhi.

"What I witnessed is that when I heard that he wasn`t campaigning, I went to meet him and to tell him to leave aside all grievances, as it was very important for the AAP to win the polls in Delhi. here, he said, `it is essential for the AAP to lose Delhi. It was very shocking for me," she told ANI here.

"A lady client was there who told Prashant Bhushan that there were some workers from South India who would like to come for the campaigning. But then Prashantji, infront of me, said that he himself was not campaigning, and so there was no need for anyone to come. How could he tell this in front of his juniors and everyone?" she added.

Damania also said that it was Prashant Bhushan who wanted to make Yogendra Yadav the national convener.

"What I had heard is that Prashantji wanted that, if the AAP gets 20-22 seats in the Delhi polls, then Arvind would be replaced as convener, and instead, Yogendra Yadav would be given the post. This is what I had heard," she added.

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