Its turn for Narendra Modi now. Aam Aadmi Party leader Yogendra Yadav said that the list of corrupt politicians read out by Arvind Kejriwal on Friday morning was incomplete and that a few more names were added late on Saturday night, which included Narendra Modi too.
The concept of the 'list of corrupt leaders' came into being when the AAP chief and Delhi CM stated that his party would eliminate all the corrupt leaders from the system. "There should not be a single corrupt person in the Parliament," he had said.
Some of the other leaders targetted by him included Shinde, Chidambaram, G K Vasan, Salman Khurshid, Veerappa Moily, Prakash Jaiswal, Kamal Nath, Pawan Bansal, as well as MPs Naveen Jindal, Avtar Singh Bhadana, Anu Tandon, Suresh Kalmadi and Assam CM Tarun Gogoi.
Slamming Rahul Gandhi and Narendra Modi, he said:
"They spent Rs 500 crore for image make over...To prepare brand Modi and brand Rahul, they are spending Rs 500 crore. Can these people, who spend Rs 500 crore for branding, give an honest government? After they come to power, they will recover that money from us."
BJP has reacted strongly to the accusation and BJP leader Nitin Gadkari has demanded an apology within three days, following which the BJP leader may file a defamation case against the Delhi CM.