According to Kejriwal, he was getting information about the big guns from government officials, corporate people, NGOs and even political parties. The IAC leader said he and his team would expose more corrupt leaders and their numbers will hit double digits. While speaking to a newspaper, Kejriwal said that he was getting details from 'all quarters'.
He said several other important ministers were also on the IAC's hit-list and they would be exposed in days to come.
Kejriwal, who recently joined politics and is leading a still-to-be-named political party, has recently created a huge uproar in the national political scene by bringing graft charges against Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, and Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid. While Vadra has been accused of indulging in improper business deals with real estate giant DLF, Khurshid has been accused of misappropriating funds in an NGO run by his wife.
Kejriwal has announced that his next victim is BJP chief Nitin Gadkari, against whom the IAC is set to produce charges on Wednesday evening.