MP Bhagwant Mann of the AAP part from the Sangrur constituency has been appointed as the Chief of the Punjab Party Unit by the Aam Aadmi Party Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. This decision of Delhi’s CM has offended other leaders of the party.
But this decision has also come with a warning issued by Arvind Kejriwal to the MP Bhagwant Mann to quit his consistent alcohol consumption habits or he will remove him from the post.
Bhagwant Mann’s Story
The Sangrur MP Bhagwant Mann recently showed his rage against the poor leadership skills of the AAP party and blamed the party itself for its defeat in Punjab Assembly Elections.
Mann who is ill-famed due to his bad drinking habits and has been found intoxicated and in bad condition in social media videos has still got this opportunity to become a Chief of AAP in the Punjab Region.
Mann has a very contrasting opinion from that of other AAP party leaders and told that AAP has lost the elections due to the dysfunction in the party’s leadership not because of tampered EVMs.
Mann believes that party’s leaders have committed a lot of blunders while preparing strategies for the Punjab Elections.
Furious AAP Members
Many AAP party members from the Punjab region are protesting against the CM’s decision and had even quit from their posts like Sukhpal Singh Khaira. Gurpreet Singh Waraich ‘Ghuggi’ has been replaced by Bhagwant Mann which deeply disappointed the former.
Being aware of his false drinking habits, bad language and behaviour the party’s various leaders are really disappointed and are protesting hugely. Another AAP leader from Panjab University Senate has opposed Mann’s appointment and said that he is not a person with “a good image”.
Bhagwant Mann Vs AAP
Mann has previously threatened to quit the AAP party and had suggested finding other alternatives to replace him.
Adding up to his rude behaviour Mann indicated that the party’s team acted like a “mohalla cricket team”.
Mann has shared his problems with Arvind Kejriwal and complained about the party’s malfunction to the Delhi CM and blamed some leaders overconfidence as the main reason for defeat. Mann was in favour of presenting a chief ministerial candidate.