New Delhi: With less than a week left for Delhi Assembly elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Monday posed its fifth set of questions to Aam Aadmi Party convenor Arvind Kejriwal.
In a press conference, Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman attacked Kejriwal with another set of questions, asking him to give clarifications on his association with Naxal supporters and his previous remark against journalists.
Here are BJP's five questions to Arvind Kejriwal:
Q1: Within India you have a convicted Naxal supporter and people charged with related offences and they have been given tickets. What is your association with such forces?
Q2: During 49-day rule subsidies were given to discoms from funds for SC/ST's welfare. You are not supposed to divert funds then why did you do it?
Q3: You had once said that you will arrest journalists and put them behind the bars. Is this the kind of politics you want? Is this responsible, or what?
Q4: An advertisement you say has hurt a community's sentiments, then why did you in the name of VAT violations have 151 raids against the community that owns shops?
Q5: AAP candidate Irfan Ullah Khan (Okhla) is associate of a person accused in Ahmedabad 2008 and Delhi blast. Are you ready for anti-national activists?
Earlier, BJP had targeted Kejriwal by asking him why did he perpetuate a law and order crisis while being sitting CM. It also questioned AAP's claims over facilities like free Wi-Fi and Moonat Canal work.
(With ANI inputs)