Aam Aadmi Party Funding Row Blows; Kejriwal Lashes Out Sushma Swaraj on Ameer Aadmi Party Comment

November 19 06:19 2013

annaNew Delhi, Tuesday, November 19 – Monday evening showed the face of dirty politics when a man – Nachiketa – threw black ink on the party members of Aam Aadmi Party during a press conference. Nachiketa called himself as an activist of Bharatiya Janata Party but BJP denied any relation between the controversial man and the party.

Post the incident, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal forgave Nachiketa but he lashed out BJP and the Congress for staging ink attack. He laid blame on BJP for dirty politics. Kejriwal also attacked Sushma Swaraj on her ‘Ameer Aadmi Party’ remark and mentioned that if a person has earned money in correct way then he is Aam Aadmi. As per recent reports, Nachiketa has been released on bail.

On the other hand, AAP chief stated about being unable to speak to Anna Hazare, who raised question over AAP funding, to sort out differences. Kejriwal also disproved allegations of misusing funds collected during ‘India against Corruption’ (IAC) movement.

Rift between Anna and Kejriwal came out in public yesterday post Anna’s question to AAP leader regarding sums collected during IAC movement. Clarifying the situations, Kejriwal said about not misusing the funds for his party. He even claimed that if he is found guilty or any irregularity is discovered in the funding of AAP, he will withdraw his name from Delhi Assembly elections. But if declared innocent, Anna will have to campaign for AAP.