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Posted on Dec 05, 09:57AM | IANS
Aam Aadmi party chief Arvind Kejriwal, who Tuesday made allegations against Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi about favouring some corporates at the cost of state exchequer, said he had been provided some documents by suspended IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt.
"Sanjiv Bhatt approached us. Gave us some documents," Kejriwal told reporters.
Sanjiv Bhatt's wife Shweta is a Congress candidate against Modi in Maninagar in the Gujarat assembly polls.
"Why he did not raise . Why it (the documents) were not given to Congress. What is the politics, I don't understand," Kejriwal said.
Replying to questions about authenticity of his allegations, Kejriwal said his side make an expose after verifying facts.
Kejriwal also opposed foreign direct investment in multi-brand retail, saying that the claims of the government that it will benefit farmers and consumers were wrong.
He said once multinational companies "monopolise" the market, they would pay less to farmers and charge more from the consumers.
Kejriwal also said it was wrong to call the entire business community as "dalal (middlemen)".
He said that several persons ran their families in the margin between the farm gate and market price.