New Delhi,Mar 11: Aam Aadmi Party chief Prashant Bhushan’s sister, Shalini Gupta on Tuesday strongly denied allegations that she had requested members of the NRI workforce of the party to cease donations.
“An article has just lately been revealed, the place the title of the article claiming that Prashant Bhushan’s sister’s emails take AAP to breaking level is extraordinarily deceptive and damaging. I have by no means despatched any e-mail to the NRI workforce asking individuals to not donate. No one within the NRI workforce has seen any such mail from me. People have spent hours looking their mailboxes and nobody has discovered such a mail,” Gupta stated, in an e-mail dialog with ANI.
“The excerpts quoted within the article are from a mail dialog with a small group of 6-7 individuals in Chicago within the context of a dialogue on adopting a constituency and to not the seven hundred-800 individuals within the NRI Global group as reported within the article. In this e mail chain no remark was made relating to not donating. Emails have been pouring into our Global group e mail discussion board since yesterday from our volunteers throughout the globe expressing outrage at what’s perceived as a deliberate misrepresentation by this text,” she added.
Gupta additional stated that the supporter group, for which she is a coordinator, has contributed ‘a terrific deal’ to its success, particularly within the current Delhi meeting polls.
“The NRI/Global supporter group that I was coordinating for the previous three years is a really robust group that has contributed an excellent deal to the party and its success in three successive elections. One out of three of all of the donations to the party and lots of essential again finish duties have been dealt with by this staff together with IT, Social Media, Calling Campaign, Fund Raising, National Helpline and Email response, help to MLAs, even right down to sales space administration and distant sales space monitoring on the day of the elections,” she stated.
“The NRI/Global supporter group has contributed as enthusiastically on this election as in earlier ones and has a performed an important position within the success of the party within the current Delhi elections,” she added.
Gupta additionally stated that she is ‘dedicated’ to a united AAP.
“As somebody with over 30 years of experience constructing excessive performing organizations in some of the most important corporations on the planet, I consider an organisation is based on belief, teamwork, transparency and above all empowerment. I will all the time proceed to espouse these values. Different concepts, recommendations, considerations have to be allowed expression and should not be suppressed in an effort to make sure conformity and self-discipline,” she stated.
“The whole Global Supporter/NRI group consists of passionate, devoted and selfless volunteers working for a greater India. We stay dedicated to a united AAP,” she added.
Earlier, a media report had alleged that Gupta had despatched out e-mails to members of the AAP Global group, discouraging them from donating cash to the party.