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Arvind Kejriwal targets Gujarat CM Narendra Modi

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai | December 04, 2012 17:28 IST

Arvind Kejriwal reportedly accused Narendra Modi of having stakes in the KG basin through a firm called GeoGlobal.

In the press conference on Tuesday, Arvind Kejriwal has targeted Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi this time.

Arvind Kejriwal reportedly accused Narendra Modi over Tehelka report alleging irregularities in the sale of stake worth Rs 200bn in Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation's (GSPC) gas exploration project in the Krishna Godavari Basin.

Kejriwal also questioned Modi's alleged links with the Adani Group, asking why the conglomerate was given acres of land at Rs 1 per square metre when the prevailing market rate was Rs 300 per square metre, report says.

Kejriwal had earlier targeted billionaire Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries,UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra, BJP chief Nitin Gadkari as well as the government for neglecting NSG commandos.



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