Kejriwal was refuting the claim of Jaitley that he had received a copy of a forwarded letter by Jethmalani addressed to AAP chief stating that whatever he had asked him during the cross-examination was based on the instruction of the chief minister.
The war of words between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and senior counsel Ram Jethmalani over the use of the term ‘crook’ for Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has taken a new turn, with Jethmalani alleging that the CM had “used worse abuses” than that for the minister.
“The reason behind this is that he has spoken a lie. He has gone and said that he has not given me any instructions. He had given me instructions, I had recorded it... I have told him that I am no longer appearing," said Ram Jethmalani.