Kejriwal constantly misleads people, he is always on TV: Kiran Bedi

New Delhi, Feb 10: Team Anna member and former IPS officer Kiran Bedi on Sunday hit out at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for threatening to resign if the Jan Lokpal Bill is not passed in the Assembly by questioning whether the anti-graft legislation was drafted just to cause a "major confrontation while blaming others".

"I wonder if the Delhi Lokayukta bill is drafted to be passed? Or was it to cause major confrontation to walk away while blaming many others!" Bedi tweeted yesterday.

She also claimed that Kejriwal was seeking Anna Hazare's support now, but did not even remember the Gandhian during his swearing-in as Chief Minister.

"At swearing-in as CM Delhi, AK completely forgot Anna! There was no expression of gratitude even! Now Anna's support being sought yet again!!" she tweeted.

Peace has been disturbed since AAP came to power: Kiran Bedi

While talking to an English news channel, Bedi said, "Governance is not one act, it's a toolkit. Arvind's team only has an axe, they don't have a wrench, don't have a toolkit."

She also expressed 'disappointment' over the functioning of the AAP government in Delhi by saying, "We have voted this government for governance, for administration, for progress. But peace has been disturbed since they came to power. Their government is all about axing people, threatening people, they are isolating people."

Bedi also alleged that, "Arvind constantly misleads people, he is always on TV. They are getting unnecessary space misinforming people. Everything is not in dharna as a CM. Arvind Kejriwal continues to speak to media and continues to threaten to resign, no opinion has been taken. The media is totally being used by Arvind Kejriwal."

On being asked about BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra MOdi , Bedi said, "I need stability. I chose Modi's leadership because as an Indian I want to play safe, I want to go into the hands of a leader who is tested and safe."

Upping the ante over the Jan Lokpal Bill, Kejriwal threatened to resign if his pet anti-graft legislation is not passed by the state Assembly due to lack of support from other parties. He also met Hazare, who supported the Delhi Chief Minister on his threat to resign.

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