In an FB post, the AAP has said the decision to act against the errant leaders was taken following the party’s national council meeting.
The government had earlier announced its plan to bring back the helpline it had started during its 49-day rule in 2013-14.
The party has sacked Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan from the National Executive.
Kejriwal said government will also initiate a major anti-corruption mechanism in the national capital to fulfill its electoral promise.
The first signs of the gathering storm clouds was seen on Feb 26 during the first NE meeting.
Even before it came to power, the AAP had been warned of the unpredictability and dangers of sting politics.
The start by the government, with 44 days gone, has been measured, more practised and less frenetic.
AAP has won Delhi but for it to be successful, there is much work to be done within the party.
Kejriwal says “he was betrayed” and ends with an appeal to the council to choose between them and him.
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While the two factions inside fought it out tooth and nail, equally heated debates and arguments broke out in the crowd as well.
The leadership must make amends now. Or else the party will head for a crash.
Kejriwal also said that he preferred to go to jail with just following instruction from Bhushan.
Jaitley said people of Delhi had high hopes when they voted for Kejriwal government and he never expected ‘such politics’ to emerge.
It is unclear how many voting members the NC has. Some say there are 352, others say it is closer to 380.