New Delhi: A day after, Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra got a clean chit from Haryana government over his land deals and the BJP said that there was no question of Nitin Gadkari stepping down as party president, India Against Corruption (IAC) activist Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday accused both the parties of fooling the country, saying country is crying for an alternative to UPA and NDA.

Kejriwal tweeted- “Country crying for an alternative to UPA and NDA.”

"Vadra gets clean chit. Gadkari supported by BJP. Both BJP n Cong exposed. Anti-corruption stances of BJP n Cong are pretence and lip service, meant to fool aam aadmi.” – he tweeted.

Earlier on Friday, Kejriwal demanded that Nitin Gadkari and Robert Vadra to declare all their business interests and where all they own land in the country.

"Vadra should publicise where all he owns land. What are his business interests? When did he buy this land and at what cost? Gadkari and Vadra should publicise all their business interests in the country and abroad," he said.

He had also said that the probe against Gadkari by IT Department was an "eye-wash" as Congress and BJP were "hand in glove" trying to save each other.


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