Kejriwal invites Sonia, Rahul for public debate on corruption
Arvind Kejriwal, member of India Against Corruption (IAC) today dared Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi through hit out an invitation for them to come on a public debate on corruption.
Threatening Congress to come front and answered all the allegations on Robert Vadra issue first, Kejriwal invited Congress for debate war in which he would answer all of Digvijaya’s questions.
“I request Mr Digvijay to encourage Mrs Gandhi, PM or Mr Rahul Gandhi to come for a public debate. Place n time of their choice. Let’s question each other n let public question us on personal n public issues. Digvijay ready? We had put some questions to Mr Robert Vadra & the PM. Let them answer first. Then, we will answer,” Khejriwal tweeted.
Khejriwal counter attack came after a day Digvijaya Singh raised 27 questions on IAC activist about foreign funding of his NGO, asked him to clearify that with whom his NGO is funding as he was an Indian Revenue Service officer.
He also asked Khejriwal why not to hit his issue of corruption in Bharatiya Janata Party sates, however, among 27 questions, Mr. Singh attacked Khejrwial with many issues like his ‘relationship with US-based NGO Avaaz, which has been funding civil disobedience movement in Libya, Tunisia, Egypt and Syria’.
Singh also mocked him with questions on his Indian Revenue Service.
Giving no importance to Singh’s questions, IAC said that all reply to them was available with the various government ministries and departments.