Former Punjab convener of the AAP Sucha Singh Chhotepur, who was sacked on charges of corruption, said he will not go back to the party that has people who “conspired” to end his political career.
Chhotepur was removed from the post of convener last week following a cash sting operation that showed him accepting money from an Aam Aadmi Party supporter, barely six months ahead of the assembly polls in the state. A two-member committee was formed to inquire into the sting and other allegations of bribery against him.
According to Hindustan Times, The sting operation that saw the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) sack its Punjab chief Sucha Singh Chhotepur has stung it back. With Chhotepur turning the tables on the party by questioning where money raised in fundraising dinners in Punjab and donations from state were going and how he never got any funds to meet expenses as the state convener, the AAP will soon be announcing an official team to manage state’s finances in run up to the assembly polls.