New Delhi, Mar 5: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national executive member Rakesh Sinha on Thursday refuted claims of ‘camps’ within the party, saying that Mayank Gandhi did not have the ultimate truth and some other things may soon come out. “There are no camps in AAP, the party members have different views about some issues but the truth will soon come out and it’s not that Mayank Gandhi has theultimate truth, maybe some other things come out,” Sinha told ANI. Mayank Gandhi: Sacking Prashant Bhushan, Yogendra Yogendra against “sentiments”

“I wish to tell the volunteers and well wishers of AAP that we are as worried as you are and we have as much at stake as you, don’t be depressed. All of us will do the things the party was created to do. We won’t leave or damage AAP,” he added. AAP leader and national executive member Mayank Gandhi has strongly objected to the way senior PAC leaders Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan were removed from the key decision making body.

In an aggressive blog, Gandhi said he decided to go by his conscious and break the National Executive diktat of not speaking to anyone outside about what transpired in Wednesday’s meeting. Describing himself as a disciplined soldier of the party, Mayank Gandhi said that the removal of both Yadav and Bhushan from the PAC went against the volunteer spirit of the AAP , and was downright dishonest in both thinking as well as in action.