New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal, the delhi CM launched a blistering attack against the PM Narendra modi and believe it is the deadliest till date to a sitting PM till date.
Mr Kejriwal accused the PM of accepting Rs 25 crore bribe from Aditya Birla Group in 2012 when he was serving as the chief minister of Gujrat. he also called for the immediate rollback of the demonetisation decision taken by PM on Tuesday which has led to chaos in the country.
AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal, while speaking in the Delhi Assembly, said that PM Modi's name had surfaced in a black money case under investigation of the Cental Bureau of Investigation (CBI). He said that unaccounted cash worth Rs 25 crore was recovered from Aditya Birla Group's office in Delhi in 2013 when PM Modi was serving as CM of Gujarat.
“Rs 25 crore unaccounted cash was recovered by CBI from Aditya Birla group’s New Delhi office in search operation conducted in 2013,” said Arvind Kejriwal adding, "The laptop of Aditya Birla Group disclosed a transaction. Written – Gujarat CM-25Cr."
“Email dated 16 Nov 2012 seized in a 2013 IT raid showed how Modi (then CM) took bribe and cleared project of Birla Group,” tweeted AAP. “For the first time in history of independent India, a sitting PM’s name has come in black money transactions,” said Kejriwal in Delhi Assembly.
The impact of this allegation is going to last for a little long time, as current all of the opposition have united to fight against the BJP government
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