New Delhi: Social activist-turned-politician Arvind Kejriwal and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are involved in a war of words after the party questioned India against Corruption's source of funds. Kejriwal reacted to an article in BJP mouthpiece Kamal Sandesh which alleged that he has links with anti-national forces by challenging the party to reveal the names of all its donors.
"It shows that BJP is nervous they are completely rattled and baffled. They have said that we are being foreign funded. The list of all the donors are there on the website and I challenge BJP if they have guts and courage let BJP put list of all donors in last 10 years on there website. Let them not hide behind Income Tax rules, so that the country knows which are those coal beneficiaries and various other beneficiaries who got various contracts from BJP in BJP-ruled states," said Kejriwal.
Kamal Sandesh has attacked Kejriwal over his allegations against BJP President Nitin Gadkari. Alleging that Kejriwal is linked to anti-national forces, the BJP demanded an inquiry into the sources of funding of his anti-corruption campaign. It has also defended party president Nitin Gadkari saying he is promoting the rural economy unlike what's being reported.
Meanwhile, Gadkari is also not giving up yet. He has said that he'll fight charges against him legally and politically. "I haven't done anything wrong. I have come to tell you this because you know me from my childhood." Gadkari said.