NEW DELHI: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) founder-member Kumar Vishwas today went on to say that the Aam Admi party had moved away from the path that it had focused on and has to find the right way forward.
Vishwas was present at the Aam Aadmi Party’s national conference on its fifth anniversary at the Ramlila Maidan here and there while addressing the audience he laid emphasis on the need to choose the right path for the party.
The addressing saw the participation of party representatives from 22 states. “Don’t you think we have gone somewhere else from where we were moving to five years ago? We have to find the right way,” the AAP leader said.
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He also sought the introspection on the part of the AAP leadership and cadres. “We should think about ourselves as to where we started five years ago and where we are now.”
Vishwas mentioned that few of the party leaders do not converse about social activist Anna Hazare, under whose guidance many of the AAP leader participated in the 2011 anti-corruption movement. “Anna was the creator of this campaign.”