Removal of Prakash has come as a "surprise" for many in the party as he is considered close to Rajya Sabha member Vijay Goel, who has been quite active in Delhi.
When asked whether he considers Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari a competitor in the elections, the chief minister praised him for his singing.
While people were quick to correct Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari about the mistake, some of the Twitterati were unforgiving.
Senior party leader Shyam Juju said that PM Narendra Modi would be the face and the senior leadership would pick a leader for the coveted post after winning the elections.
Speaker Ram Niwas Goel said he felt very sad and added this is the limit of hooliganism as the opposition is taking help of women to hold protest inside the Assembly.
The issue is all set to become a big talking point ahead of the Assembly elections.
Manish Sisodia urged the Central government to release 10 trucks of onion every day, saying, 'We are well prepared with the complete machinery to sell onions at a lower price'.
The government plans to table two Bills - Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University Bill, 2019 and Delhi Sports University Bill - for discussion during the short session.
The AAP chief said that people will vote for AAP given the work the party has done over the last five years.
Manoj Tiwari said the Delhi government should have first strengthened the public transport, if it wanted to check the vehicular air pollution.
Both the AAP and BJP have been taking shots at each other over taking credit for the decision for regularisation of the settlements.
Delhi BJP resolved to hold regular protests against AAP legislators and highlight their local issues, which they had allegedly failed to address.
All the major political players, AAP, BJP and the Congress, have been vying for credit since the Centre cleared the proposal.
Delhi Congress president Subhash Chopra that prices of not only onion but other vegetables and essential commodities had also soared and Kejriwal government had completely failed to rein in hoarders.
While the BJP has been busy laying the pollution blame at AAP’s door, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has gone on record claiming that the city’s air has been comparatively cleaner.