All these things are creating confusion in the minds of people as well as to the AAP Party leaders in Delhi. AAP party leaders in Delhi spoke about this saying, 'all this is sending a wrong message to the people'.
Atal Ashutosh, a student of IIT-Kharagpur who was actively involved during the AAP movement in Delhi and is close to Arvind Kejriwal, said, “It seems some people with vested interests are doing this. We want to make it clear that the party has its rules and a constitution, and by just wearing its cap you don’t become a member,” as reported by Financial Express.
Sangeeta Das, who claims to be the AAP spokesperson in Kolkata said that AAP was a movement based on principles, and people were free to join the movement and participate in the programmes organised by the state unit.
Claiming to be affiliated with the national party, Das said that they are confused as there are other people organising rallies, projecting themselves as party cadres, and participating in panel discussions on TV channels. She said that the central leadership has been informed about the situation in the state.