Congress asks Kejriwal to explain sources of his campaign fund
New Delhi: Congress on Tuesday launched a counter offensive against Arvind Kejriwal daring him to issue a white paper on the finances for his campaign and rejected as "baseless" the fresh charges levelled by the activist against Robert Vadra saying there was "nothing new and no proofs".
Party spokesperson Rashid Alvi asked Kejriwal to file a criminal complaint in the matter and approach the court so that law can take its own course.
Casting doubts over the genuineness of the documents shown by Kejriwal to the media today, Alvi said "I do not think this is any proof. How will you say whether these documents are genuine or not. There is nothing new in whatever they have said."
Accusing Kejriwal of being a "publicity monger" who is "manipulating" the media, he said the activist would have gone to the court by now if he had any proofs.
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