Durgesh Pathak, a hypocrite

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The AAP leader Durgesh Pathak who has been looking after the AAP Punjab affairs is one of the biggest hypocrites as he is using the name of the Latin American Marxist icon, Ernesto Che Guevera to misguide the people.

Pathak told the people that AAP is a ‘revolution’ and he believes in the ideology of Ernesto Che Guevera. It is an act to dupe the people as Guevera’s name is popular for his camaraderie and revolution.

The AAP leader has been using the name of revolutionary to show the people that AAP would bring the revolution. However, the past incidents in the party have proved that AAP is a party of ‘Natwarlals’.

In general elections, the AAP party had won four Lok Sabha seats in Punjab. After that, the AAP Delhi leaders including Durgesh Pathak started visiting Punjab and took the reins of the party affairs in his hands.

When Pathak started interfering in the AAP Punjab affairs, the AAP Punjab leaders started quitting the party. Moreover, the leaders also faced ouster when they raise questions in front of Pathak.

The former AAP leaders and the ticket aspirant, Hardeep Singh Kingra told that Pathak had spoiled the party in Punjab and that’s why he preferred to quit the party. He told that the adamant and dictatorial attitude of the AAP Delhi leader was one of the major reasons for his quitting the party.

When AAP was founded, Pathak who was preparing for civil services joined AAP as he had political aspirations. The AAP party head and Pathak told that the party would bring the revolution. However, the people of Delhi have been eagerly waiting to see the revolution.

The revolution has seen in the lives of AAP leaders, Arvind Kejriwal, Sanjay Singh, Manish Sisodia and Durgesh Pathak who have been living like kings. The so-called Aam Aadmi’s turned into Ash Prast Admi.

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