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BJP MP Kirti Azad to 'expose biggest DDCA corruption' today; who all to be named?

It seems BJP MP Kirti Azad is no mood to spare the people involved in the alleged DDCA scam. But the big question is - Who all will be named by him in his press conference on Sunday?


 BJP MP Kirti Azad to 'expose biggest DDCA corruption' today; who all to be named?

New Delhi: It seems BJP MP Kirti Azad is no mood to spare the people involved in the alleged DDCA scam. But the big question is - Who all will be named by him in his press conference on Sunday?

The BJP MP on Saturday vowed to "expose biggest DDCA corruption" and "unmask the impostor" on Sunday at a press conference, rebuffing party's attempts to dissuade him from going public with his allegations said to be targeting Arun Jaitley

The MP from Bihar also appeared to be taking a dig at the Finance Minister over his reported description of him as a "Trojan horse".

"Not a Trojan horse but Achilles heel; wait till I unmask the 'behroopiya' (impostor)," Azad said in a tweet.

"Will expose biggest DDCA corruption with audio-visual tomorrow at 4 P M," he said in another tweet and quoted a poem of BJP stalwart Atal Bihari Vajpayee to suggest that he will carry on and not "concede" defeat.

BJP chief Amit Shah had called Azad yesterday to impress upon him that he should not go ahead with his charges at a time when opposition parties, especially AAP, have gone after Jaitley over the alleged corruption in DDCA when he headed the cricket body.

Azad had, however, later reiterated his decision of holding a press conference on Sunday.

The three-time MP has been a known detractor of Jaitley over his stewardship of DDCA.

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