‘Is it from GST or from PM Cares Fund?’: Arvind Kejriwal questions source of Rs 800 crore offer by BJP to 40 AAP MLAs. Delhi News – Times of India

New Delhi: Amidst the war of words between the two Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal Allegedly 40. has questioned the source of Rs 800 crore given to AAP MLAs to switch sides.
Kejriwal’s statement came after the meeting AAP MLA at his residence
AAP has alleged that 40 of its MLAs from Delhi were targeted by the BJP by offering them Rs 20 crore each.

“They (BJP) offered Rs 20 crore each to each of our MLAs. They have kept Rs 800 crore to get out of power. Delhi GovernmentKejriwal alleged.
However, he added that the citizens of the country want to know about the source of this money.
“Is it from GST or PM Cares Fund? Did some of his friends give him this money?” The Chief Minister asked.
He also alleged that the BJP is “offering Rs 20 crore” to AAP MLAs with a design “to topple the Delhi government”.

“I am extremely happy that none of the MLAs came under pressure. They want to buy 40 MLAs but I want to tell the people of Delhi that they have voted for a staunchly honest government. Neither me nor my MLAs and The ministers will betray the country and will be sold,” Kejriwal said.
Kejriwal said his deputy Manish Sisodia, who is being probed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for alleged corruption in the Excise Policy 2021-22, has been named in a “false FIR”.

“The CBI also searched the mattress and walls at Sisodia’s residence, but not a single penny was found,” he said. No incriminating documents or ornaments were found. We were wondering why this is happening to us because they also know that Sisodia is a very honest person. man and a patriot who has worked on education in the national capital,” he said.
Reiterating Sisodia’s claims, Kejriwal said the BJP had offered the deputy chief minister’s post a day after the CBI raid.

The BJP is attacking the AAP for “trying to divert attention” from alleged corruption in the implementation of the 2021-22 excise policy and has asked the Kejriwal-led party to name leaders of the saffron party who asked its MLAs have contacted. ,