Corrupt Kejriwal exposed in new sting in liquor scam: BJP

New Delhi,( : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday issued another sting in the excise scam of the Delhi government, claiming that the man in the video is scam accused number 9, Amit Arora. The party said that after this sting came to the fore, the tainted Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has been exposed.

BJP spokesperson Sudhanshu Trivedi and Delhi BJP President Adesh Gupta addressed a joint press conference. Trivedi said that the scam sting of the Aam Aadmi Party has come to the fore. In that scam accused number-9 Amit Arora has exposed AAP. How much money was taken from whom, how scams happened, everything has been exposed, he said. The entire policy was prepared only for the scam, Amit Arora is telling that the commission was decided by the government. Not only this, liquor scam money was used in Goa and Punjab elections.

The BJP spokesperson further said that in the sting, Arora is saying that the minimum fee has been fixed to the extent of ₹5-5 crore. ₹5 crore was kept so that petty players could not come.

Trivedi said that while this policy is made on the premise that even small businessmen get a chance to work. This policy is brought in other states in such a way that small traders also get opportunity and there is competition. He said that the way things have been said in the sting, it is clear that there is only one policy of the Kejriwal government, every ritual will be performed according to corruption.

Another sting was also released on September 5. It was claimed that Kulwinder Marwah, father of accused number-13, Sunny Marwah in the case registered by the CBI, has talked about taking commission on behalf of the Kejriwal government on hidden camera.(HS)