New Delhi, Nov 2: Congress on Monday demanded probe into allegations of corruption against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his ministers with regard to purchase of various items and other issues.
Leading a team, Delhi Congress president Ajay Maken met Anti Corruption Branch (ACB) chief M K Meena at his office and filed a complaint demanding registration of an FIR against Kejriwal and his ministers on allegations of "corruption and impropriety" in purchase of sugar, onion and water, as well as in distribution of party tickets for Delhi elections, Congress leader Pramod Kumar said.
"The DPCC delegation also requested Meena to file an FIR against Kejriwal and his former and present ministers for their alleged roles in corruption," he added.
Maken said "two of the AAP government ministers were involved" and removed on corruption charges.
"The role of Kejriwal and others should also be probed as Kejriwal had handpicked the ministers on his own, despite opposition from his party members and he cannot absolve himself of these charges," Maken said.