Agrawal thinks Kejriwal is a despot?
The Aam Admi Party was to all that the other mainstream parties weren’t – a breath of fresh air. The AAP has rattled leaders of Congress and the BJP, at least in Delhi. But things are a changing, and fast, if recent happenings are anything to go by:
Rakesh Agarwal , an AAP member, who works for the welfare of the auto rickshaw drivers in Delhi decided to go public, about his discontentment with internal democracy of the party.
Agarwal who is also a secretary of an NGO, decided to hold a press conference when Arvind Kejriwal did not reply to his letter. Though the AAP has issued statement denying any association with Agarwal.
1) to constitute a team to define the governance agenda
2) decentralization of the party structure, by conducting elections
3) abolition of the part cells based on religion and caste.
An aggrieved Agarwal was heckled by some autorickshaw drivers, who barged in to the press conference, chanting the name of Arvind Kejriwal – sounds familiar?
The auto rickshaw drivers alleged that Agarwal has embezzled funds of his NGO. Rakesh has accused Arvind Kejriwal of quelling the voice of dissent within the party. He threatened to embark on a indefinite fast (ala Anna) if there is no reply from Kejriwal.