"We will march from Jantar Mantar towards Parliament," said AAP leader Somnath Bharti told yesterday. Last week, AAP had threatened a nationwide agitation if Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not sack the three leaders within three days.

At least 67 people were detained after over 500 AAP activists staged a noisy protest outside Irani's house in the national capital.

Bharti said the Prime Minister should take a cue from AAP government which accepted the resignation of Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar, who had a fake law degree.

A Delhi court took cognisance of a complaint that Irani mentioned different educational qualifications in various election affidavits, while Sushma Swaraj and Raje are under fire for purportedly helping Indian Premier League's former boss Lalit Modi who is a fugitive.

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