New Delhi: Two days before BJP leader Kirti Azad was to make some startling revelations in the ongoing DDCA scam controversy, the party chief Amit Shah asked him to act restraint.
According to CNN IBN report, Azad was summoned by Shah who advised him not to make any statement on DDCA row.
Azad on Thursday said that he was not gagged by the party and asserted that he will continue his fight against corruption.
"I will keep on fighting corruption. I have done that. I am a sportsperson of this country," Azad told ANI.
"We have to take up this issue. The honourable Supreme Court has taken cognizance of the fact and I have been fighting with many cricketers," he added.
He also asserted that nobody could suppress his voice as he was speaking against corruption.
"If you are fighting against corruption, nobody suppresses you. In fact they encourage you. I have not been gagged. Nobody has gagged me. I have been speaking for last nine years about the corruption," he said.
He also said that he will hold a press conference on Sunday at 4 p.m. where he will reveal the details.
(With Agency inputs)