Haridwar: The Aam Aadmi Party has suffered a setback again in Uttarakhand. In fact, more than 300 office bearers have resigned en masse after Col. Ajay Kothiyal and former working president Bhupesh Upadhyaya as per the recent information received. In the resignation letter sent to the party's national convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the office bearers have done the way the organisation is currently functioning and it seems that AAP has no future in Uttarakhand.
In fact, more than 300 party office bearers have sent their collective resignations to the party's national convener Arvind Kejriwal through former party working president Bhupesh Upadhyay. Among those who have left the party are former spokesperson Navin Pirshali, former president of the Sainik Cell Col Sunil Kotnala (Seni) and former office bearers of the assembly and districts. Bhupesh Upadhyay said, "By posing faith in the policies of the Aam Aadmi Party, the office bearers and workers who worked for the strengthening of the organization. There is a difference between what the party says and does. Hurt by this, 90 percent of the office bearers and workers have left the party.''
Apart from this, he said that all the office bearers and workers have left the party. They will call a meeting soon. In which the further strategy will be discussed. He further said, "Some people in the party have tried to ruin the organisation. Despite this, the party's candidates have contested the assembly elections under adverse circumstances. The party has lost in Uttarakhand. Some people in the party are responsible for that.''
On the other hand, former spokesperson Navin Pirshali said that there is no such thing as organisation and system in the party. So that he has decided to resign. It is being said that one worker each has been added to strengthen the party in the state but the party has ignored those who work.