In her outburst, Sarabhai had condemned Kumar Vishwas, and referred to a Youtube video. She said that Vishwas’s views in the video were ‘disturbing’.
“He comes across as sexist and antigay, and has an anti-minority point of view, and at the same time praises Narendra Modi,” she said.
Even as her outburst against the party created an uproar, Sarabhai told Mirror that AAP was a work-in-progress and that she wanted to be a part of it.
“It is the most positive thing to happen in many decades and takes democracy back to the people,” she said, adding that the views she expressed on the party were her personal observations.
“I am not saying that the party lacks a wider perspective; its perspective is being formed. And the thinktank needs to air these issues,” she said.
Reacting to Sarabhai’s article, AAP’s Gujarat convenor Sukhdev Patel said that it was “unfortunate that she was seeing the party from very far