My comments posted on THE HINDU website article:
AAP leaders stay away from rebel meeting in Gurgaon
'Veteran Journalist Kuldip Nayyar, also sent out a message said that “insulting” people like Mr. Bhushan and Mr. Yadav was a big mistake.' What if the leaders themselves were asking for it. There is a time for everything. While Kejriwal was fully occupied with Delhi Assembly elections, was that the time for the august moralists to not just advise, but to take negative steps to sabotage AAP's election efforts. The struggle for supremacy in the party hierarchy was too open to be missed. Those who had less than full commitment to party politics, should not either have joined the AAP as political party, or would have declared from the beginning to remain as outsider pressure group monitoring AAP performance. To personalize the entire episode in a divisive manner and then expect others to keep calm without reacting is a very naive exercise. Just as the so-called group of volunteers have an immediate opinion and stake in AAP; so do a big majority of voters of India have stakes. Can't ignore!
Ghulam Muhammed, Mumbai
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