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Kejriwal calls Manmohan, Sonia and Rahul Gandhi for public debate

New Delhi, Oct 21 () : Calling the Congress panel, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi for a public debate, Social activist Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said that he will not answer any of the questions raised by the Congress party until Robert Vadra proves his innocence.

This comes after Congress leader Digvijay Singh asked the social activist turned politician to answer on funding of his NGO as well as on other issues, to which Kejriwal replied back by saying that he will not answer to any of the questions asked by the Congress leader until he receives appropriate answer from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on the issues already raised by the people of the country.

“Our earlier question to Robert Vadra and the Prime Minister is still kept unanswered. We expect them to answer first. I promise I shall answer all the questions asked by Digvijay Singh. We also expect Mr Singh to persuade the Prime Minister, Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi to attend a public debate,” added Kejriwal.

Briefing about the debate, Arvind Kejriwal told Mr Singh that is he ready to sit on a debate in which both will have to answer each other’s question as well as the public who will also be asking question on personal matters. If Mr Singh is not able to persuade his high command, then it is evident he is just doing this for the sake of diverting the public attention and for cheap publicity indeed, said Kejriwal.

In an attempt to provoke Digvijay Singh, “Congress is free to ask any number of questions even delicate information including our private lives, we have no hesitation, after which we shall also ask them such questions in public, “declared the IAC activist Mr Kejriwal.

Replying in response to Singh’s proclamation that the Congress is having evidence on the BJP’s corruption but still they do not want to humiliate anybody, to which Kejriwal said that even the BJP has evidence against Vadra and Manmohan Singh, but both have equal understanding on the issue.