A day after the Enforcement Directorate (ED) alleged that Delhi minister Satyendar Jain was living a luxurious life inside Tihar jail, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has put up posters across Delhi mocking Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.
In the posters, it was written, “On the lines of Tihar Jail, Kejriwal will build massage centres all over Delhi.” Designed like the message boards put up by the Delhi government, the poster also says, “Delhi government, sin government.”
The poster also shows Delhi CM Kejriwal giving a massage to an unidentified person. The poster also mentioned, “Published in public interest by Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga”.
Speaking to The New Indian, Bagga said, “We are not saying this. ED has already said that and submitted video proof of Jain getting VIP treatment and massages due to the blessings of Kejriwal.”
“We are making people aware of what kind of man is Kejriwal and how corrupt the Delhi government is as Tihar Jail comes under the Delhi government,” Bagga, who is the Delhi BJP spokesperson, said.
BJP leaders including Amit Malviya and Kapil Mishra also shared videos and pictures of these posters that are put up across Delhi, including one at Tihar Jail Gate No. 1.
Earlier on Tuesday, the federal financial probe agency accused the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader of getting VIP treatment inside Tihar jail, meeting his family members, co-accused, and Jail seniors regularly violating the rules.
It was also reported that ED has submitted CCTV footage along with an affidavit to the trial court.
Recently jailed conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar wrote a letter to Delhi Lieutenant Governor Vinai Kumar Saxena making a sensational extortion claim against Jain and demanding a probe into his complaint.
It turned into a bitter war of words between the BJP and AAP, where the BJP called AAP the “Maha Thug Party” and the AAP responded by saying the BJP was trying to divert attention from the Morbi tragedy in Gujarat.
Former health minister and AAP leader is charged with money laundering and alleged possession of disproportionate assets by ED.