"I am told Rs 1,400 crore has been distributed to a few media houses. Who are these media houses? Any guesses?" Kejriwal said in a post on micro-blogging site, twitter.com.

Kejriwal's allegations come at a time when his party finds itself caught in row over a sting operation that purportedly shows some AAP candidates raising funds through illegal means.

"The CD episode has clearly shown who are the black sheep within media. Guess which of these channels would have got how much of the Rs 1,400 crore?" Kejriwal added.

AAP, meanwhile, today charged the website, mediasarkar.com, which carried out the sting operation, of having committed fraud by "doctoring" the video for the same.

AAP has alleged that it is the BJP and Congress which were behind the sting operation.

It has warned that criminal and civil defamation suits would be filed against the website and also the media houses which telecast any footage of the sting operation.

"We will send criminal defamation notices to such media houses and to Anuranjan Jha (CEO of the portal)," Kejriwal said.


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