New Delhi. Falling in line completely with their party supremo Arvind Kejriwal, senior leaders and co-founders of AAP, Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan, who were ousted from PAC yesterday, have decided to consult Kejriwal on which colours should they play Holi with tomorrow.
Both Bhushan and Yadav took this decision after they came to know that Kejriwal through his spy mechanism had already found out the colour they were going to use and did not approve of it.
Fearing ouster from whatever remaining positions they held in AAP and scared of rubbing Kejriwal off the wrong way (quite literally), they decided to ask Kejriwal itself as to which colors should they play the festival of colors with.
“I did not want to be another Kamal Mitra Chenoy or Captain Gopinath,” said Yadav, who still harbors ambitions to be Haryana CM get AAP’s MLA ticket from Jhajjar constituency, while Bhushan hoped if there was still some scope for seeking referendum on colours to be used.
Sources say Kejriwal had threatened to tender resignation from playing holi if Bhushan and Yadav continued to play the festival with colour of their own choice.
Following which, Kejriwal loyalist Ashutosh immediately tweeted, “The decisive churning in AAP’s holi plans. It’s clash of ideas between ultra dark color enthusiats who demand usage of pitch dark green colour and pragmatic celebrations of welfarism.”
Yadav, who is assigned the job of improving Ashutosh’s tweeting skills, reportedly read the tweet and understood that it was now time to fall in line.
While Bhushan refused to comment on the issue, saying we should wait for leak of his next letter, Yadav was more forthcoming.
“Na rangeinge na bheegeinge, poochenge fir pichkaareinge,” was all Yadav said when asked for his reaction.
However on being pressed further, he said,” There were some inner party democratically healthy differences of opinion with colours we have got through donations. I recommended reconstitution of our entire Holi purchase and fresh colours to be inducted. That’s all.”