Sisodia is accusing Yogendra Yadav of targeting party chief Kejriwal, while Damania and Menon withdraw their resignations hours after submitting it
Differences in the top rung of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) have come to the fore with Manish Sisodia accusing Yogendra Yadav of targeting party chief Arvind Kejriwal and making internal matters public.
In a letter written in response to Yadav’s email, Sisodia said, “Your (Yadav) broad allegations are Arvind (Kejriwal) does not listen to the suggestions of the PAC (Political Affairs Committee). I am surprised reading your email because till the time Arvind agreed with you, he was democratic.”
Sisodia was referring to the recent row between Naveen Jaihind and Yadav after which Jaihind quit the national executive and the latter the PAC membership.
Yadav and Jaihind had unsuccessfully contested from Gurgaon and Rohtak Lok Sabha seats, respectively. The former was the Haryana in-charge while the latter was the party’s state convener.
Sisodia and Yadav were not immediately available for their comment.
The letter, which was written earlier this week, said that it was Kejriwal who backed Yadav’s decision of contesting from Gurgaon despite other PAC leaders opposing the move, but the AAP chief managed to convince others.
“When you wanted to become Haryana in-charge and wanted to be projected as the CM candidate despite opposition from other PAC members, Arvind backed you. At that time he was democratic (for you).
“The state of affairs of the party in Haryana is in a shambles. Volunteers talk about your fight with Jaihind,” he said.
Meanwhile, AAP leaders from Maharashtra, Anjali Damania and Preeti Sharma Menon, made a U-turn after submitting their resignations. After being assured of the formation of a transparent new state executive, both withdrew their resignations on Thursday evening.
In a tweet, Mayank Gandhi, AAP leader from Maharashtra confirmed the withdrawal of resignations by Damani and Menon.
Earlier on Thursday, Damania, in her resignation message to top AAP office bearers had said, “Dear colleagues, with a heavy heart, I am ending my association with AAP”.
Further move on Nifty may be indecisive
Indian markets, which opened with a lull on Thursday took a quick plunge into the negative and after hitting the day’s low, the benchmark indices witnessed a gradual recovery. In the last few minutes of the trading session, S&P BSE Sensex re-entered the level above 25,000 for the second time during the day and stayed there till the end.
Sensex opened at 24,828 while the NSE 50-share Nifty opened at 7,400. Sensex hit a low of 24,645 and moved higher to hit a high at 25,044 and closed at 25,020 (up 214 points or 0.86%), while the Nifty moved from the level of 7,361 to the level of 7,485 and closed at 7,474 (up 72 points or 0.97%). The NSE recorded a volume of 161.69 crore shares. India VIX fell 0.75% to close at 15.4475.
Prime minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday, held discussions with Secretaries of all the Ministries and senior officers of the Departments of the Government of India. Such a meeting has taken place after more than eight years. The Prime Minister listened extensively to suggestions and comments of the Secretaries for nearly two and a half hours.
He called upon the senior bureaucrats to simplify and streamline the administrative rules and procedures to make them people-friendly. He also encouraged the officers to take decisions and assured them that he would stand by them.
Prime Minister Modi is reportedly visiting Washington to meet President Barack Obama in September, signalling a new start in ties with a leader once denied a visa by the United States.
Coming back to the markets, Tata Power, which was recently in news over its subsidiary, Tata Power Renewable Energy, successfully commissioning a 25MW solar farm in Maharashtra's Satara district, was among the top four gainers in the Sensex 30 pack. Tata Power rose 3.64%.
Mahindra & Mahindra launched the limited edition 'XUV500 Sportz' in India. Built on its W8 model, the Sportz is priced at Rs. 13.68 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai). The stock was the top loser (1.46%) in the Sensex 30 stock.
Shares of oil marketing companies were in focus on Thursday as news made rounds that the oil ministry will consult the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) and Finance Ministry on hiking LPG and kerosene prices. BPCL (6.95%) was among the top two gainers in the ‘A’ group on the BSE.
Credit Suisse has downgraded Max India to underperform with a target price of Rs292 per share. The brokerage says that after the recent 50% run-up on expectations of an increase in insurance FDI limit to 49%, it will offer little upside hereon. The stock was the top loser (6.30%) in the ‘A’ group on the BSE.
US inidices closed Wednesday marginally higher.
Service industries in the US expanded at the fastest pace in nine months in May. The Institute for Supply Management said its services sector index rose to 56.3 last month from 55.2 in April as new orders, order backlogs, and hiring increased.
A private report showed employment rose less than economists projected. Private employers added 179,000 jobs to their payrolls last month after hiring 215,000 workers in April, according to payrolls processor ADP.
The influential US non-farm payroll data for May 2014 is due for release tomorrow, 6th June 2014.
Except for Hang Seng (0.18%), Straits Times (0.02%) and Seoul Composite (0.65%) all the other Asian indices closed in the positive. Shanghai Composite (0.79%) was the top gainer.
European indices were trading in the green. US Futures were also trading higher.
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