AAP conducts sting on horse-trading, BJP's Delhi VP Sher Singh Dagar under scanner
After the Aam Aadmi Paty released a video exposing horse-trading to form government in Delhi, the BJP on Monday issued a show cause notice to its state's vice president Sher Singh Dagar who is seen featuring in the video allegedly bribing AAP MLAs.
New Delhi: After the Aam Aadmi Paty released a video exposing horse-trading to form government in Delhi, the BJP on Monday issued a show cause notice to its state's vice president Sher Singh Dagar who is seen featuring in the video allegedly bribing AAP MLAs.
While issuing the notice, the BJP's Delhi chief Satish Upadhyay said that Dagar has to give clarification on the matter.
However, Upadhyay denied to call it a setback to its plans of forming the next government in the national capital.
Satish Upadhyay,Delhi BJP Prez on AAP sting : He (Sher Singh Dagar) has to submit a clarification as soon as possible
— ANI (@ANI_news) September 8, 2014
When asked about the show cause notice, Dagar said that as soon as he will receive any notice from the party, he will respond to it within a few hours.
“I know I'm not wrong and have my own version. I will give explanation to my party as soon as I'll receive any notice. This I would have done any ways,” he said.
He further added that the AAP MLA had come to meet him 45 days ago and also on Sunday as he wanted to join BJP.
The AAP alleges that Dagar had offered around Rs 4 crore to AAP MLA Dinesh Mohania at his residence.
“BJP should stop politics of horse-trading as everything is not for sale,” Mohania said.
Furthermore, the AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal said that the raw footage of the video will be submitted to the Supreme Court on Tuesday. They will then lodge an FIR with the police and approach election commission, he added.
He also posted the link of the alleged 'sting video' on his Twitter website.