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Next on Kejriwal's list: BJP president Nitin Gadkari!

Last updated on: October 16, 2012 13:22 IST

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RTI activist and India Against Corruption member Anjali Damania on Tuesday confirmed that Bharatiya Janata Party president Nitin Gadkari would be the next person to be 'exposed' before the public.
 
Damania said India Against Corruption would be "exposing Gadkari's silence".
 
"Gadkari's name has cropped up twice earlier. He is linked to the coal-gate scam in some way and then he refused to help expose the irrigation scam (in Maharashtra). Being the president of the opposition party, it is his responsibility to expose the scam," said Damania.

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"We would be bringing forward why he does not want to do it.  We would be exposing why Nitin Gadkari doesn't say anything," she added.
 
Damania alleged that the scams are taking place because all the political parties are linked to them.
 
"The opposition party does not want to expose it because all of them (all parties) are together. And this is what that we would be exposing in our press conference," she said.

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Damania also hit out at Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh, saying India Against Corruption neither works for the Congress nor for the BJP.
 
"We are working for the country. Digvijaya Singh said that we are BJP's 'A' party and Baba Ramdev is 'B' party. Despite Arvind making it clear that we are going to expose BJP's president, he still talks in a such a manner and it is extremely sad," she said.
 
India Against Corruption has so far made allegations of financial irregularities against Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra and Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid.

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