DDCA row: BJP knocks a bails off Kirti Azad’s wicket, suspends MP for holding on Jaitley

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Finally calm evaporated for BJP boss Amit Shah who on Tuesday dangling celebration MP from Bihar Kirti Azad from a BJP for going opposite a celebration line and aggressive Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in Lok Sabha over a DDCA crime row.

Azad had oral out opposite Jaitley after Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had purported that a financial apportion was concerned in swindle during his reign as a conduct of a Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA). The former cricketer on Sunday purported that a DDCA had given contracts to feign companies, profitable them crores of rupees in money and had fudged auditing.

BJP parliamentarian Kirti Azad. PTIBJP parliamentarian Kirti Azad. PTI

BJP parliamentarian Kirti Azad. PTI

Addressing media persons, Azad showed a video constructed by WikiLeaks4India that claimed that a DDCA had given out contracts to several companies though a addresses given for these were found to be false.

It also purported that a DDCA hired bureau and other apparatus during vastly arrogant prices, including employing of laptops during Rs 16,000 per day and printers during Rs 3,000 per day.

“I only wish to display corruption, a accounts of it will be explained later. we repeat, this is not personal or opposite one person. It is opposite corruption,” he said.

Azad, a member of a Indian group that won a World Cup in 1983, also refuted former DDCA boss Jaitley’s claim that he had met Congress arch Sonia Gandhi in sequence to blueprint out a devise to aim him.

“If someone is lifting these allegations, he contingency know that 3 fingers will indicate behind during him,” he said.
Jaitley headed a DDCA for 13 years compartment 2013. Kejriwal has demanded that he contingency renounce or be private from his post as Union financial apportion in sequence to capacitate an eccentric examine into DDCA matters.

Speculation is now abundant about either a BJP will take movement opposite Shatrughan Sinha who called Azad “a hero”.

With inputs from PTI and IANS