Responding to Singh's questionnaire to Kejriwal, IAC's Manish Sisodia said they have answered these queries earlier when raised by the Prime Minister's Office and the Finance Ministry.
"They have got our enquiry done, they have answers to all these questions. But still these questions are being raised to divert public attention from the issues raised against Pawar and Gadkari," Sisodia said.
"All of them are together so that no attention is paid to their corruption," he said.
Stepping up his attack against Arvind Kejriwal, the Congress general secretary posed a number of questions to him raising doubts about off-shore funding of his NGO and asking why he never raised issue of corruption in BJP-ruled states.
New Delhi: India Against Corruption on Saturday claimed that Congress leader Digvijay Singh is raising questions against Arvind Kejriwal to divert public attention from the issues of alleged corruption involving NCP supremo Sharad Pawar and BJP president Nitin Gadkari.
First Published: Saturday, October 20, 2012, 20:45