AAP Party suspended MLA Devendra Sehrawat from primary membership

New Delhi: Devendra Sehrawat – AAP MLA of Bijwasan was suspended on Monday by the Aam Aadmi Party from primary membership, days after he alleged that AAP Punjab Unit was indulge in sexually exploiting women tickets aspirants. AAP leaders Durgesh Pathak and Sanjay Singh had filed a defamation suit against Devendra Sehrawat following the allegations.


Devendra Sehrawat has dared the party leaders to expel him and saying that  If you have the courage, severe the ties and expel. With 67 MLAs you could not perform. You don’t have it in you- So Get out of the Way.

Devendra Sehrawat had written to AAP Convenor and Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal, allegedly saying that the senior party leaders in Punjab were indulging in sexual exploitation of women aspirants for tickets from various constituencies in Punjab state.

He also wrote another letter to Kejriwal, saying that he will be held responsible if in the wake of an order of Delhi High Court, 21 party MLAs appointed as Parliamentary Secretaries lose their Assembly membership.

Devendra Sehrawat alleged that despite being well aware of Supreme Court order whereby appointments of Jaya Bachchan and Sonia Gandhi were held illegal, Kejriwal appointed them as Parliamentary Secretaries on the advice of advisors around him like Ashish Talwar who have no knowledge of such things.

The Bijwasan MLA, Devendra Sehrawat who has fallen out of senior party leaders, attacked the Aam Aadmi Chief and his coterie after the Punjab AAP unit filed criminal defamation cases against him for accusing the state leaders of sexually exploiting women in return for tickets in Punjab state.