Bribery row: BJP workers protest against Kapil Sharma, say ‘reveal names’
Kapil Sharma issued a statement clarifying that his tweets about bribery were out of anger against corruption and certainly not politically motivated.
Mumbai: BJP MLA Ram Kadam and party workers protested against Kapil Sharma at the Oshiwara Police station in Mumbai and asked him to "reveal names" of the BMC (city’s civic body) officers who demanded bribe from him.
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On Friday last week, Kapil accused the BMC of bribery, through his tweets. Later, he issued a statement clarifying that his tweets were out of anger against corruption and certainly not politically motivated.
Kapil’s statement read:
"I am not a part of any political organization and nor do I intend to be. I have utmost respect for the honourable Prime Minister and governments, both Union and State, its agencies and Statutory Bodies. I am a law abiding citizen and shall act as legally advised.
"This was my anger against corruption which I expressed on twitter."
(With agency inputs)