New Delhi, Jan 14: Former Delhi chief minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday threatened to expose BJP leaders and accused Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay over alleged private holdings. He alleged about a nexus between power companies and Delhi BJP.
Kejriwal said the BJP leaders must clean on their ties with the power suppliers in Delhi. He alleged that Upadhyay owned companied which install and replace electricity meters in the national capital. [We don't want anarchists but development, says Narendra Modi]
The former CM said Upadhyay owns six companies and all of them work with power discoms. He said his party started an audit of electricity companies post complaints but the companies refused to co-operate. Kejriwal accused the BJP of not looking into the matter. [Satish Upadhyay gives 24-hour deadline to Kejriwal to prove allegations against him]
The social activist-turned-politician also said that the BJP was trying to stoke communal fire in Delhi in the pre-poll period.
Delhi is all set to go to polling on February 7, 14 months since the last election was held. The state witnessed a constitutional deadlock after the AAP-led government quit power after 49 days in office, paving the way for President's Rule. The result will be declared on February 10.