According to sources, Kejriwal's attack on Hooda may come in the backdrop of the centre readying to pass the latest version of the Land Acquisition Bill that allows acquisition for public purposes without owner's consent if needed.
Kejriwal asked farmers to refuse to part with a single inch of land to either the government or private sector.
The social activist-turned-politician accused Hooda of changing the land use of every acquired lot, then giving it to private companies, especially the big names such as DLF, Reliance, Unitech, etc.
Kejriwal even asked people to be prepared to snatch back village land acquired by the govt and distributed to companies.
Earlier on Wednesday, Oct 31 Kejriwal tweeted, "Watchout for today's expose. It cud be pretty big (sic)." Citing his tweet, people began speculating - after Robert Vadra and Nitin Gadkari, who is next on Kejriwal's radar?
Earlier, Kejriwal had created lot of storms by exposing alleged corrupt practices of Congress President Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Nitin Gadkari and Congress leader and now External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid and his trust based in Uttar Pradesh.