NEW DELHIApr 14, 2015( Agencies) : Rebel Aam Aadmi Party leaders, Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav have formed a new non-political group 'Swaraj Abhiyan'."It's a new beginning. If today we announce of forming a new political party, then dangers will be the same which AAP is facing," Prashant Bhushan said while initiating a dialogue "on present and future of alternative politics"."One opinion is that everything is fine with party leadership and we should trust them, while the other is we should struggle or form another party," Yogendra Yadav said about future course of action. Significantly, Yadav said they would "not" quit AAP as he emphasised that it does not belong to a "single" person.On the day of a meet organised by the AAP dissidents, Bhushan, who was particularly aggressive, sought to take on the party's top leadership for "threatening" to expel those attending the same, saying it meant that "there is no place for dialogue in the party".Speaking at the 'Swaraj Samwad' convention in Gurgaon, Bhushan said, "Those who raised questions were expelled from top party posts. Today, I heard that we may be expelled for organising this samwad. The message from the top is that if you raise voice against the party, you will be expelled."As to the crisis that has rocked AAP, Bhushan said that going to the court or Election Commission against those who have "captured" the party would be a "long and messy" affair.Yadav for his part said that the attendance at the meet was indicative of the fact that the problems which have beset AAP are not limited to only one or two people.
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