New Delhi: India Against Corruption (IAC) activist Arvind Kejriwal is all set to expose 'something big' on Wednesday at 4 pm in New Delhi. The IAC has also confirmed this and Kejriwal has tweeted about the plan to come out with another revelation on Wednesday evening. Arvind Kejriwal mon on Wednesday morning tweeted: "Watchout for today's expose. It cpuld be pretty big."

Kejriwal had earlier targetted Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, DLF's land deals in Haryana, BJP chief Nitin Gadkari in the Maharashtra irrigation scam and Salman Khurshid for his NGO's functions in Uttar Pradesh.

On Tuesday, BJP mouthpiece Kamal Sandesh asked the Union government to investigate the possible foreign funding of Kejriwal. Ironically, this happened at a time when Congress mouthpiece Congress Sandesh also attacked Kejriwal for "hit-and-run" tactics without naming him.

"The  main game of Kejriwal may be related to funding. We should know if the funds belong to India or the forces which want to weaken the country. The government should find out who has given the 'supari' to Kejriwal," the Kamal Sandesh edit says. However, the sharply-worded edit in the latest issue of Kamal Sandesh does not substantiate the charges made.

Kejriwal hit back at the BJP: "They have said we are being foreign funded. The list of all donors to this movement is on our website. I challenge the BJP. If the BJP has the guts and courage, let it put the list of all the donors to the party in the last 10 years."

The Congress also attacked Kejriwal in its mouthpiece without naming him. "We have seen the self-appointed guardians of morality and probity in public life… Their hit-and-run approach to the so-called scams has proved beyond doubt that they crave just for media attention."

The edit then adds, obliquely putting the BJP and the India Against Corruption in the same bracket, "They act in tandem, although they tend to give the impression that they are different entities."

(Agencies)

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