Initial reports started to float in regarding a number of AAP workers resigning from the party, but that was rubbished by Gurgaon's AAP candidate for Lok Sabha elections, Yogendra Yadav. He made it clear it was only four members who had resigned namely Ramesh, Sudhir, Satendar and Talwar. So, it is clear that four members did resign. But, what made them do so?
As reported by The Times Of India, Yogendra Yadav said, "Five days ago the party had conducted a sting operation on the district convenor, Ramesh Yadav, who led the other party members who resigned on Sunday, when AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal was in the city.'' He further added, "These members resigned as soon as they learnt about the sting operation, even before the party could take action against them."
But, the party had sprung into action (sting operation) only after they received a number of complaints against AAP's Gurgaon's district convenor, Ramesh Yadav. He seemed to be a main reason for many people not joining the party, as he was not cooperative at all. As a result of which there was a need for a sting operation to reveal the truth and the audio sting operation just proved him to be a thorn in AAP's flesh.
The recording of the sting operations revealed him making plans to neutralize AAP's campaign and also called AAP as a cobra. He is heard (in the audio) about creating trouble for AAP as well. One can say that the convenor was hell bent on damaging AAP's chances in the forthcoming Lok Sabha election.
Thankfully for AAP, the sting operation did the job and the truth came out in the open.
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