The Aam Aadmi Party has just completed three years in government in Delhi. But people who were associated with it and the India Against Corruption movement, out of which the party was born, are still coming to terms with the fact that the AAP has become just another party. Mayank Gandhi who was one of the founder members and quit the party in 2015 says it’s a historic opportunity squandered. It will be 50 years before anyone trusts a new party and a new way of doing politics again. On Off Centre he chronicles his experience and the lessons from it.