Arvind Kejriwal Is a Corrupt Chief Minister: Delhi BJP

Arvind Kejriwal
Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari has said that it is good that at last the conscious of the sacked Delhi Government minister Kapil Mishra has woken and he has exposed the corruption saga of Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and his coterie.

At a press conference today, Tiwari said that it is perhaps one of the biggest scam exposures as the eye witness of the chief minister’s corruption is none other than his senior cabinet colleague.

He added that since minister Kapil Mishra has said that Arvind Kejriwal received Rs. 2 crore in cash in his presence, under the law of the land it is now a proven case of corruption against the chief minister Kejriwal.

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Meanwhile, Kejriwal’s mentor and social activist Anna Hazare also expressed his displeasure at the allegations of corruption on Kejriwal. However, Kejriwal’s colleague Manish Sisodia has dismissed the charges saying that they don’t deserve a response.

Tiwari further said that BJP has all along said that Kejriwal and his team are involved in land grabbing, land buying in unauthorized areas, money laundering and other economic offences. With today’s expose by Mishra the BJP’s allegations have been proven right, Tiwari said.

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He also said that now Kejriwal has no moral right to continue as chief minister. Mishra also has stated that he will go to the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) of Delhi on Monday to provide more information about the case.

Delhi BJP demands that Kejriwal should immediately resign and if he fails to resign soon, the Lt. Governor of Delhi Anil Baijal should examine the constitutional possibility of recommending dismissal of Kejriwal Government to the President of India.

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