Senior AAP leader Col Ajay Kothiyal resigned from the party membership, was the face of the Chief Minister in the assembly elections

Retired Colonel Ajay Kothiyal, who was the chief ministerial face of the Aam Aadmi Party in the 2022 assembly elections, left the party on Wednesday. He has sent his resignation letter to AAP convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

This information was shared on Twitter handle:
Sharing this information on his Twitter handle, Col Kothiyal has also posted a copy of the resignation letter. Along with him, former AAP working state president Bhupesh Upadhyay and former student wing president Kuldeep Kumar have also resigned from the membership of the party.

This discussion is going on on the internet media:
At the same time, it is also being discussed on the internet media that his entire team along with Col Kothiyal has distanced himself from AAP. Colonel Kothiyal has written in his resignation letter that keeping in mind the sentiments of ex-servicemen, elderly, women, youth and intellectuals, he is leaving the party membership.

Your functioning is not in the interest of Uttarakhand:
At the same time, Bhupesh Upadhyay has written in his resignation that after becoming the working state president of the party, he realized that the methodology and ideology of the party which was told to him while taking membership, in reality you are far from those things. Your functioning is not in the interest of Uttarakhand.

Bhupesh also raised questions on the newly formed state executive of AAP after the assembly elections. Targeting the party in-charge and co-in-charge, he said that like an agent of the forcibly imposed state in-charge and co-in-charge, they are serving their personal interests by hijacking the party in the state.
On the other hand, AAP’s state president Deepak Bali has thanked Col Kothiyal for his contribution in the assembly elections and wished him good luck for the future.

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