"BJP Has Not Been Able To Prove One Case Against AAP": Arvind Kejriwal

Asked about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's claim of there not being a single corruption charge against his government, Arvind Kejriwal said, "Give me control of the CBI, ED (Enforcement Directorate) for one day, half of BJP will be in jail."

Arvind Kejriwal said the BJP's accusations of corruption against the AAP are all false.

New Delhi:

The BJP has not been able to prove a single corruption charge against any Aam Aadmi Party leader, despite filing over 150 cases through various central agencies it controls, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said at an NDTV townhall on Thursday.

"Over the last seven years they have filed 167 cases against AAP leaders - not one has been proved in court. AAP leaders have been cleared in over 150 cases and the rest are pending.," he said.

"800 probe agency officers are dedicated only to find a paisa-worth of wrongdoing by AAP. They have found nothing. Agencies get pulled up by courts on a daily basis for filing such rubbish cases," Mr Kejriwal added.

The Chief Minister was responding to the BJP's accusations against AAP ahead of elections in Gujarat and the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) next week.

"In the last five years, the Delhi government has given Rs 1 lakh crore to MCD. Please ask the BJP where it all went. All gone. They are so greedy and corrupt that they ate up all of it. No party is more corrupt than the BJP," Mr Kejriwal said.

Asked about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's claim of his government being squeaky clean, Mr Kejriwal said, "Give me control of the CBI, ED (Enforcement Directorate) for one day, half of BJP will be in jail."

The AAP chief predicted a win for his party in the MCD elections. "AAP will get 230-plus seats out of 250 in the MCD. The BJP will get less than 20 seats. For Gujarat too, I feel AAP will win the elections in the state," he said.

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