Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi party files case against Nitin Gadkari

Social activist and politician Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi party [AAP] has filed a case against the former BJP President Nitin Gadkari for allegedly threatening the Income Tax department and its officials probing the case of financial investment in Gadkari’s Purti Group.

Just a day after senior BJP leader Rajnath Singh had replaced Nitin Gadkari as the BJP President, Gadkari said that he is not bound with the dignity of the post and now he is a ‘free-man’ to deal with the officials of Income Tax probing against him and his company.

In his statement, Gadkari even said that nobody would save the I-T officials when the BJP comes into power at the Centre.

Further, the former BJP President said that I-T raids ordered against him just a day before BJP’s presentational election and to damage his image and chances to become the party president for the second time.

In his remark, Gadkari said, “It was done deliberately a day before I filled the nomination papers. Some reports claimed it was a raid but it was a search.”

Earlier on January 23, Mumbai’s I-T department said in media that all the 24 firms of his Purti Group were raided by its officials were found fake with wrong addresses and even registered under face directors.

I-T department had raided around 11 locations in Mumbai in connection with the Purti Group and therefore Nitin Gadkari had to put down from the race of BJP President for the second time.

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