BJP, Congress ask resignation of Delhi CM


Inter party corrupt practice in Aap party is simmering from last six month’s when party top leader are enjoying those at fringe want to battle to  weed out corruption in Delhi governance. Leaders of Aap speaking in public domain we are  here to fight weed out corruption and not tolerate corrupt practice even in silos in our party  were  thinking looming  before and after Punjab elections thus an opportunity now at sight .How far this internal battle continue who takes the stake of the party still question unanswered?

BJP and Congress have demanded resignation of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal following allegation of taking two crore rupees from his Cabinet colleague Satyendra Jain.

Talking to reporters in New Delhi, Delhi Unit BJP Chief Manoj Tiwari said, Mr Kejriwal has no moral and legal right to continue on his post and he should resign immediately. Mr Tiwari also condemned the act and said the investigating agencies should suo-motu initiate action in the matter.

Delhi Congress unit Chief Ajay Maken demanded probe against Mr Kejriwal saying Anti-Corruption Branch and CBI should lodge FIR against him. He said, till the completion of probe, Mr Kejriwal should not hold his office. Former AAP leader Yogendra Yadav said the allegation against Delhi Chief Minister should be investigated.

Anti- corruption crusader Anna Hazare also said that he is disappointed at charges of corruption levelled aganist Mr Kejriwal. Meanwhile, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said corruption charges against Mr Kejriwal absurd and do not merit any response.
Earlier in the day, former Delhi Water Minister Kapil Mishra alleged that he saw Health Minister Satyendra Jain paying two crore rupees to Mr Kejriwal at his residence. He said, Mr Jain personally told him that he had settled a land deal worth 50 crore rupees of Kejriwal’s relative. Mr Mishra asserted that he will fight corruption while remaining in the AAP and no one can throw him out.

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