The former RTI activist recently created an uproar in Indian politics by targetting high-profile people, both political and non-political close to the power circles. Among Kejriwal's target was Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who was accused of controversial land deals in Haryana; former Union Law Minister and currently the External Affairs Minister, Salman Khurshid, who was accused of embezzling funds meant for challenged people through his trust and BJP president Nitin Gadkari, who was accused of indulging in irrigation scam in Maharashtra.
Each of these three cases left a big impact on the country's politics and both the Congress and the BJP were rattled. In his last expose, the IAC activist unveiled the prevalent nexus between big corporate houses and the governments and accused them of indulging in crony capitalism.
Kejriwal, a former aide of Gandhian social activist Anna Hazare, also questioned Prime Minister Manmohan Singh either. He said the latter was either working under pressure from corporate lobbies or he was totally unaware about the developments that were taking place around him. Kejriwal also took a dig at the previous NDA government, claiming the latter had given the Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Industries Limited undue benefits.
Former Indian Army chief General VK Singh has recently said that Kejriwal's allegations must be probed.