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BJP MP Parvesh Verma accuses Kejriwal of selling AAP's RS seats

BJP MP Parvesh Verma  accuses Kejriwal of selling AAP's RS seats

New Delhi, Jan 3 (UNI) BJP MP from West Delhi Parvesh Verma on Wednesday accused Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal of selling his party's Rajya Sabha seats.

Parvesh Verma, former Delhi Chief Minister Sahib Singh Verma's son has alleged that Kejriwal has taken Rs 100 crore for the two RS seats.

"I challenge Arvind Kejriwal to undergo narco test. Will leave India along with my family members if he doesn't admit that he sold two tickets to Rajya Sabha for 100 crores," Verma, told reporters here.

Commenting on the selection made by AAP, he said that no one hardly knew about Sushil Gupta and ND Gupta.

"AAP Workers, its MLAs and people who voted the party in power don't know about Sushil Gupta and ND Gupta," he said

Further, Verma also alleged that the AAP government did not let him work for the people of his constituency and created barriers.

The AAP after its PAC meeting earlier today announced the names of Sanjay Singh, Sushil Gupta and ND Gupta as its nominees for the January 16 Rajya Sabha polls.

Several political leaders from the important parties criticized AAP's decision over the candidates, especially the two unknown people Sushil Gupta and ND Gupta.

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