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NEW DELHI Mar 5, 2015( Agencies)  There was more trouble for the Aam Aadmi Party on Thursday with a senior party leader revealing details of the national executive meeting that took place on Wednesday and expressing his displeasure at the recent turn of events.Fissures in the AAP deepened with AAP's Mayank Gandhi expressing shock and attacking the "manner of and intention" in removing Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav from the party's Political Affairs Committee (PAC) last evening. Gandhi, who abstained from voting on Wednesday in the national executive meeting, said he was shocked when Manish Sisodia introduced a proposal for removing Yadav and Bhushan despite the duo voluntarily offering to step down."I was taken aback by the resolution of removing them publicly, especially as they themselves were willing to leave," he blogged.Gandhi, who is a senior party member from Maharashtra, also revealed that Kejriwal had earlier conveyed that he will "not be able" to work as the AAP national convener if Bhushan and Yadav were part of the PAC.He said it was alleged that Yadav was conspiring against Kejriwal and some evidence was also produced in the meeting.
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