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AAP has lost interest in governance: Yadav

Amid the Delhi government’s constant run-ins with the Centre, Swaraj India President Yogendra Yadav today launched a no-holds-barred attack on AAP, saying it has “minimum interest” in governing the capital and that it is using the city as a launch pad for greener pastures in other states.

Yadav, once a prominent AAP ideologue and now the President of the political outfit launched on October 2, insisted that AAP’s “focus is outside” and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is using Delhi’s “resources and visibility” to expand the footprint of his party, leaving citizens of the capital in the lurch.
The Swaraj India chief was expelled from AAP for “anti-party” activities. 
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