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Will support Lokpal Bill, won't let Kejriwal escape: BJP


New Delhi, Feb 10: Calling the entire 'resignation' row by Arvind Kejriwal over the passing of the Jan Lokpal Bill a drama, BJP said that it will back the passing of the Bill and will not let Kejriwal "run from his responsibilities".

BJP candidate, Harshvardhan said earlt on Monday morning that BJP is ready to support the bill in lieu of the fact that it is also against corruption. But another reason behind its support was clearly stated to not to let Kejriwal resign and run from his responsibilities. Harshvardhan further says that the government is yet to provide them a copy of the draft legislation.

"Arvind Kejriwal ji U have made such a hue and cry about Jan Lokpal everywhere but have not sent a copy to members of assembly .Stop DRAMA," he said.

He further accused the Kejriwal government of false promises. He said,"AAP government in Delhi is rooted in lies and it is doing nothing, except insulting the Constitution and misleading the people."

He further added,"People, especially in Delhi, are begining to understand AAP's conduct. They have been exposed before the country because they have failed to fulfil their promises of bringing transparency and rooting out corruption."

Earlier, Kejriwal had evaded certain RTI queries on the expenses in the swearing-in ceremony at the Ramlila Maidan and the sprucing of his bungalow. "If somebody wants to know how much has been spent on sprucing up the bungalow, why is this government refusing to give answers? The country wants to know," Harshvardhan said.

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