The next 24 hours could see the ouster of the Aam Aadmi Party's legal and intellectual faces - Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav. Now as a war of letters breaks out within the AAP, Mr Bhushan has broken his silence. In his first interview since the crisis, Mr Bhushan says the party is in danger of straying away from its founding principles. Describing AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal as a man with many remarkable qualities, he said, his weaknesses should be addressed as well. Arvind Kejriwal, he told NDTV, believes some compromise is necessary in politics, but he believes AAP cannot compromise on ethics. Slamming the high command culture in his party, Mr Bhushan admitted to a complete breakdown with Mr Kejriwal and said he could not remain with the party if it deviated from core principles.