The drama is expected to unfold through the day as a joint statement from Bhushan and Yadav is expected in the afternoon.
A resolution to push the two AAP founders out of the party could be moved at the national council meeting scheduled for March 28.
Yadav, and Bhushan along with latter’s father Shanti Bhushan have been accused of indulging in “antiparty activities” by their colleague Dilip Pandey.
In a show-down in the party's 21-member National Executive (NE), supporters of Kejriwal voted out Yadav and Bhushan by 11 to eight votes.
In his letter, Kejriwal reportedly said he was overburdened and was finding it difficult to handle the twin roles of AAP chief and Delhi chief minister.
AAP leader Naveen Jaihind to move resolution to oust Yadav and Bhushan from top decision-making body
If that happens by way of a resolution at the national executive (NE) meeting, the two dissenting leaders will be offered new roles in the party.
Kejriwal, Bhushan & Yadav reached a compromise on Sunday, deal unraveled after letter leak: Anand Kumar
According to Kumar, the AAP chief on Sunday had accepted the suggestion by Bhushan and Yadav to keep Delhi ministers Manish Sisodia and Gopal Rai out of the PAC.
Sanjay Singh said that Prashant Bhushan, Shanti Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav were trying to stage a coup against party chief Arvind Kejriwal.
Crucial AAP meet on March 4 likely to seal fate of dissenting leaders Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan
AAP leaders close to Kejriwal told ET that the March 4 meeting will see Yadav and Bhushan exiting its apex decision-making body.
The party, controlled by Kejriwal loyalists, has called for a meeting of its national executive on March 4 to take what could be make-or-break decisions.
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