Reacting against Kejriwal's horse trading allegations, newly-appointed Delhi BJP president Satish Upadhyay dared him to back his allegations with proof. He also asked AAP chief to disclose which MLA did he see taking Rs 20 crore?
Kejriwal recently accused BJP of resorting to dishonest and highly unethical methods to form the government by offering Rs 20 crore each to many MLAs.
BJP offered Rs 20 crore to each MLA to form government in Delhi: Kejriwal
An audio, in which Kejriwal was heard speaking in Hindi, says, "It is completely wrong. If the BJP forms the government using such illegitimate methods and by spending hundreds of crores, then such a dishonest government will only increase your electricity bills, indulge in corruption and price rise."
"This recorded message is now being sent to the people, using different platforms available for disseminating audio information," an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader said.
Kejriwal's latest allegations against BJP surfaced within hours of speculations that BJP is likely to form government in Delhi and the party may not go for a fresh election in the national capital.
Kejriwal, whose party along with Congress support from outside had formed government in Delhi, resigned as CM within 49 days of forming the government. Delhi is currently under President rule and the national capital is expected to go for a fresh poll if any party does not form government.