IAC expos to include UPA ministers

IAC expos to include UPA ministers

India Against Corruption (IAC) leaders Arvind Kejriwal and Prashant Bhushan may expose some more UPA ministers when they take on BJP chief Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday.

The anti-graft team decided on this approach after taking into account that most of the allegations against Gadkari were already in public domain and campaign should not be seen as just repeating them. 

According to sources, the anti-graft activists will sharpen their attack against UPA ministers by producing more documents than earlier. The ministers to be targeted are from the list of the 15 ministers and senior in rank.

Gadkari’s letter to Water Resource Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal for realising funds towards Rs 400-crore dues to contractors of Ghoshikhurd dam project in Vidarbha was to form an important part of the proposed exposure. But, the Congress released the letter to allege that this was done to benefit contractor close to him.  

According to sources, the expose on Tuesday against Gadkari may have some fresh allegations against the BJP chief. “People from Nagpur, the home town of Gadkari, are helping us and they would provide documents against Gadkari,” said an anti-graft activist.