After Kejriwal had written to Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung, accusing him of trying to shield Girri and New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) vice-chairman Karan Singh Tanwar in the murder case, Girri had dared Kejriwal to a public debate over the allegations levelled against him.

He had invited Kejriwal to the Constitution Club on Sunday afternoon for the debate and had asked him to produce evidence. Girri had said that he would quit politics if Kejriwal proved the allegations and the Aam Aadmi Party leader should resign  if he was not able to do so.

Addressing a gathering at the Constitution Club, Girri said that he was also taking legal opinion and will also move court over Kejriwal's allegations.

"But before that I want to go to the people's court. Either he should prove the allegations or he should resign. He should accept that he has made a mistake," said the BJP MP from East Delhi. He accused Kejriwal of making baseless allegations.

Girri said if police had any doubt, he was prepared for questioning.  He sat in protest outside Kejriwal's residence after the Aam Aadmi Party leader did not come to the Constitution Club Khan, an official of NDMC, was shot dead in Jamia Nagar last month.

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