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I'll answer all questions if Vadra answers ours: Kejriwal

He also asked if either Sonia Gandhi, Prime Minister or Rahul Gandhi would come for a public debate

BS Reporter  |  New Delhi 

Anti-corruption activist Arvind Kejriwal today challenged Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh to persuade Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to answer questions put by India Against Corruption.

"We had put some questions to Mr Robert Vadra and the Prime Minister. Let them answer first. Then, we will answer all questions from Mr Digvijay," he said.

He also asked if either Sonia Gandhi, Prime Minister or Rahul Gandhi would come for a public debate. "I request Mr Digvijay to encourage Mrs Gandhi, Prime Minister or Mr Rahul Gandhi to come for a public debate. It could be a place and time of their choice. Let's question each other and let the public question us on personal and public issues. Is Digvijay ready?" he asked.

"If Digvijay can't convince his party bosses or the Prime Minister, then people would think he is doing all this for cheap publicity and to divert attention," he said.

Former member of the India Against Corruption Devender Sharma said that the  27 questions posed by Singh clearly shows how petrified Congress is of Arvind Kejriwal's exposures, especially Robert Vadra. 

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First Published: Sun, October 21 2012. 16:04 IST
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