"Apart from not being in the PAC they will also not be the party spokesperson anymore," a party source said. Asked whether the National Executive has taken a decision on Kejriwal's resignation, another party leader said, "no".
According to sources, Yadav came under attack in the meeting for allegedly leaking information to a reporter which was later used in a column.

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"A section of the party leaders attacked Yadav accusing him of leaking information for an article that was published in a national daily," a source said.
Before the meeting, Yadav sounded a reconciliatory tone terming the crisis as an "opportunity" adding that he will not quit.
"The crisis that you are talking about is an opportunity for us (AAP). Everything will be clear by this evening," he told reporters on reaching the venue of the meeting.

Meanwhile, hundreds of party supporters, who have gathered outside the meet venue, are shouting slogans demanding the leaders to stay united.

Yadav also said in a tweet, "Na todenge na chodenge, sudhrenge aur sudharenge" (will neither split nor quit, will improve and bring improvement).
Earlier, Ashish Khetan, a key member of AAP's Delhi unit, which is demanding stern action against Yadav and Bhushan, softened his stand after having lashed out at the duo in tweets on Tuesday.
"I should not have commented about Bhushans in public. We've fought for many public causes together and will hopefully continue to work as a team. Have deleted my tweets. I am accountable to every last volunteer & will forever work to strengthen the party," Khetan said in tweets.

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