Yogendra Yadav has accused Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for being immature in handling genuine issues. After being expelled from AAP national executive, Yogendra Yadav floated a public movement ‘Swaraj Abiyan’. However, he cleared that there are not any respective of forming a party as of now.
Calling AAP just a regional party, Yadav said that his forum’s attention would not be only on AAP, instead they are attempting to deepen the alternative politics across the nation
“It may intervene in the political scenario by its support to some candidates in Bihar and other states”, added Yadav. Yadav’s efforts are for the people that he believes were outlasted and discriminated by the developments.
Pointing towards the need of elected government’s power to appoint and transfer its officials, Yadav agreed to the demand of full statehood for Delhi and also expressed concern for the absence of law for the same. But he also added that this issue was being handled with wrong approach.
“Confrontations, ego tussles and brinkmanship has made Delhi Government’s efforts counterproductive”, said Yadav
On the question about regretting his oust from AAP, Yadav agreed that it would be silly to say that he loved being pushed out but it would also be foolish to regret the same throughout his life.
According to Yadav, the Swaraj Movement is an attempt to give hope to people who felt dejected when they entered the politics for the first time.
“For us politics is not all about fighting elections. Presently we are not a political party so there is not any idea of standing in elections but we might support some candidates who are affiliated to any political party”, said Yadav.
According to Yadav, the prime motive of Swaraj Abhiyan is to deepen the alternative politics in the country and forming government is not the only option for the same.