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.
Ashish Khetan, a key member of the Delhi unit said if the charges are proved, he will quit public life.
Prashant Bhushan, Yogendra Yadav and 2 others were expelled from AAP on charges of ‘anti-party activities.’
Bhushan, like Yadav, said that Kejriwal and “his coterie” had forgotten the principles that the party was built on.
Bhushan also accused Gupta of not implementing several decisions of the NDC.
Prasant Bhushan also accused NDC member Pankaj Gupta of not implementing several decisions of the NDC.
Prashant Bhushan writes to Pankaj Gupta after receiving a show cause notice from the Aam Aadmi Party.
‘Incidentally, one of the charges against me in the notice is that I leak information,’ Yadav said.
Party gives them 48 hours to respond.
The committee was reconstituted with Pankaj Gupta, Dinesh Waghela, and Ashish Khaitan as members.
Several AAP members took to the stage, and most stories narrated hurt and disappointment.