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The move comes after Kejriwal was named in an FIR related to the alleged irregularities in Delhi Commission for Women by Anti Corruption Branch (ACB) even though the organisation made it clear that the chief minister would not be questioned. [Representational Image]IANS

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday said that he would "expose" a huge "conspiracy" behind the registration of FIRs against several Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs, ministers and himself during the special session of the Delhi Assembly on Friday. 

The Delhi Cabinet decided to hold a one-day special session of the state assembly to discuss the "wrong FIRs" that have been filed against Kejriwal, his MLAs and ministers. Issues like dengue and chikungunya deaths also are likely to be discussed.

The move comes after Kejriwal was named in an FIR related to the alleged irregularities in Delhi Commission for Women by the Anti Corruption Branch (ACB) even though the organisation made it clear that the chief minister would not be questioned, according to local media reports.

Meanwhile, Kejriwal has alleged that the FIR against him was filed on the orders of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

"It is clear that the FIR has the PM's nod. We will soon call a special session of the Delhi Assembly where we will expose the conspiracy behind this," Kejriwal told reporters last week.

AAP MLAs are also likely to attack all three BJP-controlled municipal corporations for "failing" to prevent the spread of dengue and chikungunya cases in Delhi, Press Trust of India reported.

"The issue of MCD failing to fumigate across the city will be raised by the ruling party MLAs. The civic bodies have completely failed to clean the city following which there has been a spurt in the number of dengue and chikungunya cases," the MLAs alleged.

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