New Delhi: An Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Rakesh Agarwal Tuesday accused party chief Arvind Kejriwal of having "dictatorial tendencies" and said the party lacked democracy and agenda on governance.
However, autorickshaw drivers supporting Kejriwal disrupted the news conference which he had called to voice his dissent.
"There is no internal democracy in AAP. There is no agenda of governance. There should be no dictatorship," Agarwal said.
"Kejriwal seems to be gaining dictatorial tendencies," he told IANS over phone, after the press conference.
He stressed for democratisation and internal election in the party.
Earlier, he had written an open letter to Kejriwal, asking him to think over the changes suggested by him.
He also said the party should not resort to vote bank politics.
He alleged that the autorickshaw drivers stormed the press conference at Kejriwal's behest in an attempt to muzzle dissent.