Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday dropped a bombshell by saying that a journalist had told him about rampant sex racket in Delhi District Cricket Association.
Speaking to NDTV, Kejriwal said, “A senior journalist told me about sex racket in DDCA and the woman was asked to come at night for son’s selection in team.”
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On appointment of Rajendra Kumar as his principal secretary, Kejriwal said that he had asked few journalists about their opinion on the officer before making up his mind on the appointment Kumar.
“They all said Rajendra Kumar is an honest officer. That’s the credibility he enjoys,” said Kejriwal.
On hugging Lalu Yadav during Nitish Kumar’s swearing in ceremony, he said that ‘it was not a political platform.’
He added, “I had gone at the invitation of Nitish Kumar ji. Why was it wrong? I go to Rashtrapati Bhawan on regular basis. Do I tell Rashtrapati ji who to invite and who not to?”
Among other things Kejriwal said that he was not going to apologise or even regret for his ‘psychopath’ and ‘coward’ remarks aimed at Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Kejriwal-led government has ordered a commission of enquiry to probe corruption in DDCA. Earlier, he had alleged that the central government’s CBI raids at his office was to protect union finance minister ‘Arun Jaitley.’
Jaitley, in turn, filed criminal and civil defamation against the Delhi chief minister seeking damages worth Rs 10 crore.
More to come.