New Delhi: AAP leader Prashant Bhushan on Friday alleged that following the party's massive defeat in 2014 Lok Sabha polls, AAP's national convener Arvind Kejriwal wanted to form a government in Delhi with the support of Congress, despite opposition from many.
Addressing the media here along with colleague Yogendra Yadav, Bhushan said Kejriwal acted in an autocratic manner and refused to pay heed to opposing voices.
"After the Lok Sabha elections there were talks that AAP should form government in Delhi with the support of Congress. A PAC meeting was called and five were opposed to the idea while four supported it.
"Arvind said that as national convener, he had the right to take the final decision and he has decided to take Congress' support to form the government in Delhi. However, we protested.
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