Sitharaman calls Kejriwal 'chor', AAP says its BJP's political culture

New Delhi, Feb 03 (ANI): Union minister of Commerce Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday reacted to AAP's appeal on investigations to be held by Supreme Court over allegations of money laundering by AWAM. Sitharaman said that a 'chor' cannot decide who will investigate him. Meanwhile, reacting to it, AAP leader Ashutosh said that it is the political culture of BJP to use foul language against its opponents. Feb 3, 2015

Kiran Bedi's Krishna Nagar office owner receives threat calls, lodges FIR

New Delhi, Feb 03 (ANI): BJP's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi alleged that the owner of her Krishna Nagar office is receiving threat against his life. Bedi tweeted saying, "What's wrong with losers? My Krishna Nagar Constituency office owner is receiving life threats and bomb to be placed in his office.. The owner of the building of our Krishna Nagar Constituency being threatened and being told to get us to vacate the office since last night." Meanwhile, the office landlord Suman Bindal said that he and his son has got at least 40 calls from different numbers threatening that there was a bomb in the building. He also lodged a police complaint and said that there should be investigation against such 'dirty politics'. Feb 3, 2015

Welcome debate on political funding, appealed SC to investigate all parties' accounts: AAP

New Delhi, Feb 03 (ANI): Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday welcomed to the debate on political funding of parties after NGO named AWAM alleged illegal money transaction into the account of AAP. Yogendra Yadav said that AAP is always ready for such debates which were raised by AAP itself. Kumar Vishwas said that AAP has moved the SC to investigate accounts of last 5 years of BJP, Congress and AAP and find out which party is fraud. Meanwhile, well known banker and AAP leader Meera Sanyal said that it is very easy for the Finance Minister to find out all details about bank transactions of any party but he is not ready to do so. Feb 3, 2015

Politicos react after opinion polls predict AAP's victory in Delhi polls

New Delhi, Feb 03 (ANI): Political leaders on Tuesday react as opinion polls predicted that AAP is likely to emerge as the single largest party in the coming Delhi elections. AAP leader Sanjay Singh said that the party sure will come to power and that will be proved on February 10th. Congress leader Sheila Dikshit said that these are the results of the opinion polls and that public should wait for real polls. Other Congress leaders like PC Chacko and Manish Tewari said that they do not believe in opinion polls and that such poll are conducted in the interest of certain political parties or corporates. BJP leader GVL Narasimha Rao said that opinion polls are not easy to be conducted in cities like Delhi and that they are not reliable. Feb 3, 2015