Rahul Gandhi arrives at a court in Guwahati for a defamation case filed by RSS volunteer
Won't ask for bail if we are arrested, says Arvind Kejriwal
PUBLISHED ON: February 5, 2013 | Duration: 1 min, 36 sec
Arvind Kejriwal and other members of his political party have said they would rather go to jail than ask for bail in a case that accuses them of defying police orders to protest at the Prime Minister's house in Delhi in August. "The government has slapped several charges against us. All false. We will confess violating section 144 and would invite punishment. Rest charges are bogus," tweeted Mr Kejriwal last night.