Delhi, one of the founding members of Aam Aadmi Party, Kumar Vishwas said on Sunday that the party has stepped out of the way decided by him and will have to find the right way to move forward in the right direction. Faith was speaking at the National Conference on the fifth anniversary of the Aam Aadmi Party held in Ramlila Maidan. Parties of 22 States Parties participated in the conference You said the leader, do not you think that we have moved somewhere else, from where we came out five years ago. We have to find the right path.
He also told his leadership and cadre to introspect. They said, we should think about ourselves where we started five years ago and now where we are. Faith said that some party leaders did not talk about social activist Anna Hazare, under whose leadership many leaders had participated in the anti-corruption movement of 2011. He said that Anna was the creator of this campaign. Referring to the meeting of the National Council organized this month, he said that his name was not in the list of speakers in that conference. However, he said that he will not go anywhere and stay in the party.
You had canceled the suspension of Amanatullah Khan, MLA of Aam Aadmi Party in October, who accused the trust of betrayal. In May, Khan was suspended while trust was made in charge of Rajasthan. Anna Hazare-led India Against Corruption movement started with Ramlila Maidan, after which the Aam Aadmi Party came into existence in 2012. Party leaders Manish Sisodia, Gopal Rai, Ashutosh, Pankaj Gupta and other leaders were present on the occasion.