MP AAP leader quits protesting govt formation in Delhi
Bhopal: The former spokesperson of Madhya Pradesh unit of the Aam Admi Party, Kamal Shrivastva, today quit the Arvind Kejriwal-led party "as it had strayed from its objectives".
Shrivastava said in a statement that instead of taking Congress`s support to form the government in Delhi, AAP should have sought a fresh mandate from the people.
AAP was formed for cleansing the politics and not for taking support of corrupt political parties to form a government, he said.
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