BJP MLA O P Sharma was evicted from the House after he tried to disrupt proceedings and walked up to the Chief Minister over Tomar's degrees.

As soon as the House met, three BJP MLAs forcefully raised the issue of Tomar's arrest and sought a detailed discussion on the matter which was rejected by Speaker Ram Niwas Goel.

Breaking his silence over Tomar's alleged fake degree issue, Kejriwal said the Tri Nagar MLA was immediately removed from the Cabinet after his arrest but wondered why Prime Minister Narendra Modi has not yet taken action against External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje over the Lalitgate row.

He said he felt Tomar had kept him in dark over his degrees and asserted that no wrongdoing by anyone in his government will be tolerated.

"We have come to power to offer clean governance. We will not tolerate any wrongdoing. I do not have any relations with any MLA or Minister. We immediately removed him (Tomar) from the Cabinet. If things that have come in the media are true, then I think, I was kept in dark (about Tomar's degrees)," Kejriwal cited.

Targeting the NDA government, he said PM Modi must remove Vasundhara and Swaraj for allegedly helping former IPL boss Lalit Modi who is evading law enforcement agencies in India.

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