New Delhi: Delhi unit of BJP today reacted strongly to the "words" used by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and threatened to launch a "pol Khol" campaign to expose "corruption" of the AAP government.
"The BJP workers will no longer tolerate the language used by Kejriwal against the PM Narendra Modi. We will launch a Pol Khol (expose) campaign to show to the people how his party is involved in corruption and that Secretiat has become a den of corruption," Delhi BJP president Satish Upadhyay said.
Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Vijender Gupta accused Kejriwal of "defending" a "corrupt" officer.
"CBI often register cases and conducts raids against corrupt in the country, but it is first time that a Chief Minister has come forward to save a corrupt officer."
Referring to rule of law, he alleged that some people were trying to be above the law while people of Delhi were feeling "betrayed" in this "queer situation".
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