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’IAC was well–planned conspiracy against Congress’

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  24 Jan 2015 12:00 AM GMT

New Delhi, January 23: Terming India Against Corruption (IAC) movement as “nothing but a well–planned conspiracy against Congress”, the grand old party on Friday said Arvind Kejriwal and Kiren Bedi were befooling people. Congress leader Ajay Maken at a press conference here said it was a “drama” which was unfolding with the passage of time. He played clippings of a TV channel before the jourlists, showing how AAP leaders like Kumar Vishwas and others were revealing the “truth and the real intention of Kejriwal and Bedi, who were then projecting themselves as the crusaders against corruption”. “It was a conspiracy. It was not a movement against corruption but a movement against the Congress and people like Kejriwal and Bedi had hidden agendas...their own colleagues are saying this,” Maken said. Maken cited Vishwas, whom a TV show quoted as saying that Kiran Bedi former army chief Gen. V.K. Singh kept insisting to An Hazare, who then headed the IAC, that they must not talk about the BJP but concentrate on and criticise only the Congress only. Bedi is now the BJP’s chief ministerial candidate for Delhi, and V.K.Singh is a minister in the BJP–led central government of rendra Modi. (IANS)

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