Mumbai: India Against Corruption members Mayank Gandhi and Anjali Damania on Friday welcomed the organisation's decision to set up a three-member panel of retired judges to probe the charges against them, and said they were ready to face any probe.

"We are ready to face any probe. If the probe finds us guilty, we will quit," Gandhi and Damania told reporters here. "I am legally a farmer and have documents to prove it," Damania said. "I have not done any `benami' transactions," she said, referring to questions about her land deals.

"We have nothing to hide. The probe will clear everything," said Gandhi, facing allegations of having links with builders. Earlier in the day, announcing formation of a probe panel, IAC leader Arvind Kejriwal said it has been alleged that Prashant Bhushan has done irregularities in buying land in Himachal Pradesh, Mayank Gandhi has links with builders, and questions have been raised against Anjali Damania's land deals in Maharashtra.


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