Digvijay targets Bedi, Kejriwal
Continuing his diatribe against Team Anna, Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Tuesday targeted Kiran Bedi and Arvind Kejriwal over allegations of financial misconduct in the NGOs run by them.
New Delhi: Continuing his diatribe against
Team Anna, Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Tuesday targeted Kiran
Bedi and Arvind Kejriwal over allegations of financial
misconduct in the NGOs run by them.
"For Anna`s Super Team Na Khata na Bahi. Jo Kejriwal
kahe woh sahi!" (No accounts, no books, whatever Kejriwal says
is right), Singh said on a popular micro-blogging website.
The AICC General Secretary`s remarks come in the wake of
allegations against Kejriwal of siphoning off Rs 80 lakh from
India Against Corruption to his trust and Team Anna decision
to return Rs 42.55 lakh to donors who "did not provide their
complete details and their sources of funding".
Kiran Bedi, a Team Anna member, was the other target of
Singh, who ridiculed her decision to return about Rs 40 lakhs
to "unknown donors" who had sent money to them during the last
"Super Team Anna to do an impossible Act. Return 40 Lakhs
to unknown donors. Only the Super Heroes can collect from
unknown and return them," Singh said.
In another post, he took a swipe at Sri Sri Ravishankar`s
anti-corruption campaign launched in Karnataka.
"Sri Sri Ravishankar on the Roll in UP against
corruption! Again I have been proved correct. Anna/Gadkari
want me to go to mental asylum. Charity begins at home.
Shouldn`t Sri Sri Ravishankar have begun his campaign from
Karnataka? But then, love is blind!," Singh said.
Ravishankar had yesterday said his proposed tour to
Uttar Pradesh is a regular satsang (religious gathering) and
has no "ulterior motive or political agenda".