New Delhi, Nov 19: Arvind Kejriwal lost his cool during an interview conducted with BBC Hindi. The Delhi Chief Minister was seen expressing his displeasure while speaking about the issue of demonetisation.
Speaking to the reporter, Kejriwal pointed out that 55 people have lost their lives so far due to demonetisation. When the reporter asked the Delhi CM to provide evidence to prove that the deaths were connected to demonetisation, an argument broke out between the Delhi CM and the reporter.
Kejriwal further said that Janardhana Reddy, one who was involved in a mining scam, had a wedding in his family. And the cost of the wedding expenses was Rs 500 crores. He asked the reporter,''How did the money reach him? Rich people don't stand in queues unlike the common people. In fact, there is home delivery of cash at the houses of the rich''. The Delhi CM also alleged that it would bring no impact on black money circulating in the country.
Earlier, Kejriwal had attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and accused him of helping liquor baron Vijay Mallya flee the country. He also said while common people are standing in queues outside banks and ATMs, Mallya was enjoying in London.