Addressing the media here, Bhushan said: "At present we are fighting against the fact that the AAP has deviated from its founding principles. But there is a possibility that this movement is transformed into a political party."

However, Bhushan said it was possible only if their movement continued to follow the principle of swaraj "one or two years' down the line".

"The final decision would be taken only after the campaign's success is analysed in a couple of years' time," he said.

The two leaders - sacked from the AAP's national executive on March 28 - also clarified that they were still a part of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) because they still believed in the party's founding principles unlike others.

"Swaraj Samvad is not a political party or an NGO. We will be under the RTI," Yadav said.

The leaders further said "Swaraj Samvad" - an open dialogue that was held on Tuesday which led to the forming of "Swaraj Abhiyan" -- was neither a political party nor an NGO, Yadav said the movement would have "collective leadership" and would not be "individual" centric.

In an apparent reference to AAP chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Yadav said: "We will have collective leadership -- it will not be about an individual."

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