New Delhi: In a setback to the Aam Aadmi Party, at least 86 office-bearers of Amritsar zone resigned from party’s primary membership on Monday.
The party office bearers also hinted at joining hands with the emerging forth front ‘Awaz-e- Punjab, led by the former cricketer Navjot Singh Sindhu.
According to reports, all 86 members have resigned, citing ‘dictatorial behaviour’ by party observers from outside Punjab.
The Times of India reported former Amritsar zone in-charge Gurinder Singh Bajwa saying: “It was a difficult decision, but we decided to resign en masse from the primary membership of AAP."
Bajwa claimed that 80% of AAP’s Amritsar zone members have resigned.