The National Convenor of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) had targetted UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, BJP chief Nitin Gadkari and industrialist Mukesh Ambani in his earlier exposes. He had taken on the black money stashed abroad in his last expose and accused a foreign bank of encouraging corruption in India. He also slammed the government for neglecting the NSG commandos, who were left to lead a miserable life despite putting their lives at risk for the country. Kejriwal had alleged that some of the commandos were sacked without pensions and denied medical benefits.
The AAP party leader also presented an NSG commando who fought terrorists during the 26/11 terror attacks. Commando Surendra Singh accused the government of overlooking its responsibility towards them. Singh said the government did not bear the cost of his medical expenses after he fell unfit following the 26/11 tragedy.
He said he had tried to take help through Right to Information Act (RTI) but did not get a reply for the NSG claimed that it did not come under the RTI. He also said that he had requested to know the criteria and eligibility of NSG commandos as well as the foreign donations that were sent to help them in the RTI but it was rejected.
Will Kejriwal's fresh expose succeed to generate the same heat like some of his earlier ones?