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Attitude of dictatorship in AAP, says ex- leader Teena Sharma

Friday, 6 June 2014 - 6:36pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: ANI
Former AAP member Teena Sharma today said that there is no difference between the AAP and parties like SP and BSP, because even the AAP has a supremo like them.
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Former AAP member Teena Sharma today said that there is no difference between the AAP and parties like SP and BSP, because even the AAP has a supremo like them.

She also alleged that the party is aiming at political encashment, adding that there was an attitude of dictatorship in the AAP.

Sharma also said that there was a kind of groupism in the party, and neither were there any values in the party nor any structure. She added that it didn't even have a hierarchy.

Earlier today, Arvind Kejriwal and Nitin Gadkari arrived at Patiala House Court for the hearing of the defamation case that the Transport Minister has filed against the former Delhi CM.

Gadkari's counsel, Anil Soni, said that the Cabinet Minister had told the court that he would withdraw the case if Kejriwal withdrew his allegations but the AAP chief refused to do so.


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