The Political Affairs Committee of the AAP on Monday met in New Delhi to decide on a revamp of the party's Punjab unit.
Chandigarh: Punjab Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) spokesperson and the chief whip of the party in the state Assembly, Sukhpal Singh Khaira, on Tuesday urged party supremo Arvind Kejriwal to remove him from the posts.
"I confirm that I have asked Arvind Kejriwal to remove me from the post of the party's chief whip in the Assembly and party spokesperson with immediate effect," he told reporters.
The former Congressman has also requested the Delhi chief minister to give these posts to leaders in the party who were 'more deserving' than him.
"I am very happy to serve the party as an ordinary volunteer and elected representative of the people," said the Bholath MLA.
Sources in the AAP said Mr Khaira was unhappy over not getting any post after the rejig of the party's Punjab unit.
The Political Affairs Committee of the AAP today met in New Delhi to decide on a revamp of the party's Punjab unit. Sangrur MP Bhagwant Mann was appointed as AAP's Punjab convenor at the meeting.