Sinha, a party leader from Uttar Pradesh, had accused the AAP leadership of taking the decisions to remove Ramdas and Bhushan in a hurry from the two crucial posts and without due consultations of all members of the National Executive.

Sources in the party said that Sinha and another member from UP, Vishal Lathe, had been suspended from the party while an inquiry was pending.
"They were part of the press conference convened by Yogendra Yadav and Bhushan after their ouster from the National Executive on March 28," said a party spokesperson.
In a letter to the party secretary Pankaj Gupta on March 30, Sinha had questioned the sacking of Bhushan and Yadav from the National Executive without referring the case to the party's internal Lokpal as per norms.

"I would like to bring to your notice that I came to know about this meeting through some journalists who called to ask me if I was attending the NE meeting.
"I was surprised and thought that it must be a PAC meeting since I got no intimation and I had received an SMS from your office on March 18 that there will be no meeting before or after the NC meet.

"Your SMS saying that it was an emergency meeting is well taken but it still does not explain why I was not informed," Sinha had said in the letter.

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