Delhi and District Cricket Association’s (DDCA) probe committee set up by Delhi state government, did not name union finance minister Arun Jaitley. The disclosed reports triggered another political fight between Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP).
Soon after the disclosure BJP demanded a ‘public apology’ from chief minister Arvind Kejriwal. Whereas, AAP settled it by saying that BJP is running away from the detailed enquiry.
“The truth is out. The report does not name Jaitley,” said MJ Akbar who is a spokesperson for BJP. “there is no indication of wrong doing. The Delhi CM must apologize to Jaitley for his allegations.. he should also admit hi mistake in front of court,” added Akbar in the press conference organized in Delhi on Sunday.
Akbar slamming Ariving Kejriwal said “Now the CM is trapped, his own team has no allegations against Jaitley”.
A statement rushed from the AAP dictated that Jaitley is “misinterpreting” the findings of committee, which has limited terms of reference and had itself recommended that an inquiry commission be set up to go into the details of irregularities in DDCA.
The AAP member said, findings of three-member committee have been in public domain for five weeks.