Turning up to social networking site Facebook, Kejriwal reiterated his complaint against Mukesh Ambani and his company RIL. While writing on his Facebook wall, Kejriwal questioned, "When an Indian company sells gas at $2.34 in Bangladesh and the same for $4.2 to the Indian government, something must be wrong. It becomes even more murky when the company and the government have made an arrangement to increase the price to $8.4."
Reacting against all questions raised over his government's interruption into the controversial matter, Kejriwal added, "The Delhi Government has decided to investigate this matter & has instructed its Anti-corruption wing to lodge an FIR against Reliance Industries Limited chairman Mukesh Ambani, union petroleum minister M Veerappa Moily, former petroleum minister Murli Deora and former director general of Hydrocarbons VK Sibal."
We want honest business to flourish but are strongly against crony capitalism
"We want honest business to flourish but are strongly against crony capitalism," asserted the Delhi CM who earlier on Tuesday had slammed that Ambanis during a press conference in the national capital.
During the press meet, Kejriwal had said natural gas price was raised to USD 4/unit. According to Kejriwal, Reliance-led by Mukesh Ambani allegedly followed the price rise up by producing less gas due to which India had to import gas, leading to inflation.