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Kejriwal joins fight over VVIP chopper bribery scam, says PM Modi protecting Congress top brass

In yet attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday accused the Centre of deliberately protecting some top Congress figures who have been named as accused in the AugustaWestland VVIP chopper scam case by an Italian court.


Kejriwal joins fight over VVIP chopper bribery scam, says PM Modi protecting Congress top brass

New Delhi: In yet attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday accused the Centre of deliberately protecting some top Congress figures who have been named as accused in the AugustaWestland VVIP chopper scam case by an Italian court.

The AAP convener also accused the ruling party of giving selective treatment to him while doing nothing against those named in the VVIP chopper deal case.

Questioning Prime Minister's silence on the issue, Kejriwal said that the Centre was behind raids at the offices of his top aides, while the ruling disposition had spared Robert Vadra, whose name figured in the DLF land deal case.

Kejriwal had on Wednesday accused the BJP and its allied groups of doing "gundagardi" in the name of making people say "Bharat Mata ki Jai".

Addressing the National Council of his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Kejriwal said the tens of thousands who thronged the Ramlila Maidan here when Gandhian Anna Hazare fasted in 2011 shouted the slogan "from their heart".

"They are doing gundagardi! 'Gundagardi ke bal pe Bharat Mata ki Jai bulwana chahte hain.' (They are threatening people to shout Bharat Mata ki Jai.) Everyone is angry with them."

"See what they are doing in Kashmir," Kejriwal said, in an obvious reference to the clashes between Kashmiri and non-Kashmir students at the National Institute of Technology in Srinagar.

The AAP chief also accused the Union government of trying to "scuttle the Delhi government`s effort of development".

From Zee News

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