Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya hit a new low with an abusive tweet targetting Prashant Bhushan.
Former AAP leaders say land was taken from farmers for public purpose, lease of club has expired.
Bhushan’s notice refers to a circular issued by the Directorate of Education on June 10.
Prashant Bhushan said the Delhi government’s June 10 circular for “exclusive” regularisation of existing guest teachers was in contravention of a Supreme Court ruling.
Both Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav were expelled from AAP for anti-party activities.
Bhushan, one of the founder leaders of AAP, rebelled against the party leadership, raising questions over an array of issues in the organisation and questioning Kejriwal’s leadership.
The bench of Justices A K Sikri and Rohinton F Nariman made this observation as it heard an appeal by some candidates who had sought re-conduct of the 2015 Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Services (UPPCS) examination in view of alleged irregularities.
Records further showed that at least 65 sitting judicial officers from 11 states failed the exam, raising more questions about the evaluation process.
Taking to twitter, Bhushan said, “The ‘Jai Ho Kejriwal’ ad on TV is against the SC order, which had ruled against any projection of a leader or a political party. It is an abuse of funds to project a leader.
In its first phase, the movement will focus on states such as Bihar, West Bengal and Maharashtra and reach out to farmers.
However, the group criticized the manner in which the demand was raised by the Arvind Kejriwal government, calling it “immature” and “counterproductive”.
The former AAP leader, who was expelled from the party last month has now formed his own organisation Swaraj Samvad, along with Yogendra Yadav.
However, a senior AAP leader downplayed the resignations and said that this is not going to affect the party in anyway.
Bhushan interacted with 300 volunteers and participated in a protest march against the Moga molestation and death case.
Some party volunteers talked of a deep divide eroding the basic tenets of the party in the state.
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