"CD released of Anna's allegation against Kejriwal of misappropriation of funds collected at Ramlila Maidan again proves my allegation! Would Kejriwal and his friends on Social Media please react", Congress leader Digvijay Singh said on micro-blogging site twitter.com.
Neither did BJP pull any punches in attacking Kejriwal with party spokesman Praksah Javadekar saying that, "We are not interested in knowing the details (about the money)... but it seems Anna is not happy. (Anna is saying that) money collected in his name is being misused for electioneering. This has actually exposed AAP and brought out its hypocrisy," he added.
Meanwhile, Kejriwal, for his part, said that he was "very, very sad" over the video even as Hazare came forward to clarify that there was no "tiff" between himself and the AAP convener only differences of opinion which could be sorted.
"The picture is painted as if there is a tiff between myself and Arvind, as if I have accused him. That is wrong, this is not an accusation, there are differences of opinion and we are trying to sort them out," he said.
Earlier in the day, Kejriwal told reporters that he was "very, very sad after seeing the video, which surfaced yesterday. I could have made crores from the job I left. I have only earned honesty in my life".
The video presented AAP's rivals in the Delhi Assembly elections with ammunition against Kejriwal and his aides and both Congress and BJP used it to level allegations at the party which is getting ready for its first poll outing.
Singh, the Congress General Secretary, said, "If you see my tweets and statements at the time, I had clearly said that it is all a process to make money. "An innocent man like Hazare is being duped by them. This has been proved that the money made from people during the whole movement has been used by AAP," he said.