Mr Surjewala used the statement of an Indian citizen, who was a partner in OBI, the Indian arm of Cambridge Analytica, that the controversial firm was hired by an NRI using undisclosed funds to bring down the Congress government, and asked whether Mr Prasad believed more in a foreign citizen than an Indian.
He also dared the law minister to answer questions posed at him and whether he would lodge a case against Facebook, OBI and Cambridge Analytica for the truth to come out.
A former employee of Cambridge Analytica turned whistleblower, Christopher Wylie, deposed before the House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee or DCMS in London Tuesday and said that the company had worked extensively in India and believed it was employed by the Congress party.
"The Congress has had no truck with Cambridge Analytica ever or have we ever hired its services. But BJP needs to answer, who was this NRI business person who hired Cambridge Analytica in the run-up to 2014 polls to manufacture false surveys, to ask leading questions and to bring down the Congress Government?" he asked.
Mr Surjewala said the law minister and the Modi Government refuse to answer these questions and "they only want to divert the agenda".
The Congress leader said they had challenged them to lodge an FIR against Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, their partner firm in India, but asked, "Why has the Law Minister not done so. Why is he perpetually lying".
"Lies, lies and lies is the only way forward for the Modi Government," he alleged, saying there is a 'No Confidence Motion' pending consideration, which the Modi government is desperately trying to avoid.
Mr Surjewala said Mr Prasad did not deny when a categorical question was asked whether or not he knows that an NRI business person was used to hatch a conspiracy against the Congress in 2014 elections and he did not deny.
He alleged that privacy is being infringed on a daily basis, yet the law minister continues to lie.
"We want to show him the mirror of truth and ask him that the same whistleblower that he continues to quote, who does not know whether or not a political party used Cambridge Analytica," he said.
The BJP on Tuesday cited a Cambridge Analytica whistleblower's deposition to claim that the controversial data firm had worked for the Congress and demanded an apology from its president Rahul Gandhi, saying he stood "exposed".
"The whistleblower has publicly confirmed that the Congress was indeed their client. Rahul Gandhi had been trying to divert attention. Today, he stands exposed. The Congress and Rahul Gandhi must apologise to the nation," Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said.