Kejriwal invites Congress top brass to public debate

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New Delhi, Oct 21: India Against Corruption (IAC) activist Arvind Kejriwal has hit back at Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh, asking the latter to convince top leaders in his party like Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Manmohan Singh to take part in a public debate on issues raised by him against the IAC leader.

Responding to the questions raised by Digvijay Singh against him, Kejriwal said on his tweeter post that he wanted the Congress top brass to arrive at a public debate at a venue of their choice and as per their timing of convenience.

He asked whether the Congress was ready to engage in a question-and-answer session where besides countering themselves, both he and the party would take up questions from the people on various personal and public issues.

Kejriwal also warned Singh, saying if the latter failed to convince his leadership in facing a public debate, then it would convey a negative message to the people about the latter. Kejriwal said Digvijay's failure would mean that he was doing all this for cheap publicity.

Also keeping up his momentum of attack on Robert Vadra, Kejriwal said in his tweet that first the Prime Minister and Vadra should answer the IAC's questions and then the latter will take up Digvijay's questions.

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