Why Kejriwal doesn't drag Ambanis, Vadra, Gadkari to court?
While hurling his latest allegations against HSBC officials and black money holders, Kejriwal, however, clarified his stand on exposing the "big fishes" at public domain instead of filing legal cases against them.
Kejriwal, on Friday, Nov 9 claimed that the government would "manage" to manipulate court proceedings against all the accused if he moves court. Hence, he decided to continue his stir against these powerful people in front of aam aadmi (common man).
The leader of India Against Corruption (IAC) also informed that their next target would be Indian judiciary who has been accused of dragging on several high profile cases in the courts for several years without any decisive outcome.
Kejriwal and his group earlier on Friday claimed that several industrialists including one Congress MP had stashed black money worth several hundred crores in the HSBC Bank in Geneva, Switzerland. He claimed that a senior Congress leader gave him the details about the black money.
"The black money from Swiss banks can come but the government doesn't wish to bring it back," Kejriwal said.
Targeting the Ambani brothers, Kejriwal claimed that Reliance ADAG Chairman Anil Ambani and Reliance Industries Limited Chairman Mukesh Ambani had Rs 100 crore each in banks in Switzerland.
Kejriwal, while informing that he has got a few names from the list of Swiss account holders from sources, said, "Anil Ambani has Rs 100 crore in HSBC Bank in Geneva. Mukesh Ambani also has Rs 100 crore in HSBC Bank in Geneva."
Earlier, IAC team had revealed Congress President Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra's alleged corrupt deals with the DLF. Next, he targeted BJP President Nitin Gadkari. The activist also targetted Salman Khurshid.