Qaiser Mohammad Ali
BJP MP Kirti Azad said on Thursday that he was going to make a big “khulasa” (disclosure) about the alleged “rampant corruption” in the Delhi and District Association (DDCA) at a press conference with Wikileaks4India on Sunday.
Kirti, a former India Test player, said that the disclosures that the Aam Aadmi Party made about corruption in the Delhi and District Association (DDCA) was only “35 per cent to 40 per cent” of the material he has and that he was going to reveal much more.
“They [AAP] had about 34 per cent to 40 per cent of what I have,” Azad, a member of India’s 1983 World Cup-winning team, told jantakareporter.com.
“It was huge but it was very little compared to what I have. I don’t know where they got their information from, though it was correct. But many of the facts they could not put properly, like it was not ‘lakhon ka…[corruption]’ but it was ‘karoron ka…’. Right?” he said.
“The corporate boxes were not given unauthorisedly; it was unauthorised construction [of the Ferozeshah Kotla Stadium]. A notice was sent by L&DO (Land and Development Office) to the DDCA, [saying] that they would re-enter [an agreement with the DDCA],” said Azad, who has been leading the crusade against corruption in the DDCA that he once represented.
“There were quite a few [issues], about which I am going to do a ‘khulasa’ [disclosure] with Wikileaks4India at 4 pm on Sunday,” he said.