“AAP invites Shanti Bhushan for National Council meet, but mum when asked abt list of invitees. Many suspended 3 days before. #(Non)Transparency?!” Bhushan tweeted.
A member of the Aam Aadmi Party Ravikrishna Reddy filed a complaint with the Karnataka Lokayukta police over the alleged corruption after the Suvarna news channel aired its sting operation on Thursday.
Accusing Jung of “concealing” the truth and trying to “save the corrupt”, AAP spokesperson Raghav Chadha said the Lt Governor was trying to “misled” people on the issue.
AAP leaders Raghav Chadha and Somnath Bharti, in-charge of the party’s Kerala unit, visited Kerala House Wednesday noon with Ashutosh and addressed a press conference outside its premises.
The Sena responded to the AAP’s announcement by saying it would “go to any extent” to ensure that the concert does not take place.
The BJP leaders also accused Ballimaran MLA Imran Hussain, who will replace Khan in the Cabinet, of being “corrupt”.
Delhi Chief Minister and AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal said, “We’ve received a serious complaint of corruption against our Cabinet Minister Asim Ahmed and the complainant has sent us a 1-hour audio clip.”
“There is a big conspiracy against me by the Opposition. I am businessman and the conversation, which I have not heard yet, may have been on issues of trade,” he said.
At present, the Union urban development ministry is responsible for land allotment to political parties in the national capital.
On the intervening night of January 15-16, Bharti and his supporters had allegedly misbehaved with a number of African women during a raid against a suspected drug and prostitution ring.
Leaders have publicly said that this is a domestic dispute that Somnath Bharti must get himself out of.
Gulab Singh Yadav said said that Aam Aadmi Party would however certainly contest the assembly elections in December 2017.
Parents being supported by AAP volunteers and NGOs
AAP’s Punjab convenor Sucha Singh Chottepur alleged that the rally attended by Gandhi and Khalsa was sponsored by the Akalis.
The question of whether the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) has the power to investigate officers of the Centre is presently pending before the court.