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Conman Sukesh demands Kejriwal's resignation, given funds to AAP for polls

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New Delhi: More details of the letter written by the jailed conman Sukesh Chandrasekhar emerged on Monday showing that Aa Aadmi Party is facing searing allegations.

The fourth letter that Chandrasekhar had written to Delhi L-G VK Saxena strove to answer the questions that AAP raised against him, according to India Today.

The fresh letter claimed that he gave AAP funds for the Punjab and Goa polls after the party demanded of him.

Sukesh Chandrasekhar asked why Arvind Kejriwal and Satyendra Jain were pressuring him to withdraw the case if he was a liar.

Rather than answer him, AAP is waging a war of words against him which according to Chandrashekhar made him come in front of the media.

"I hereby am giving this press statement as AAP is trying to fight me and provoke me with the war of words instead of answering the truth of all that I have said and asked in my previous press releases and complaints to LG, New Delhi," the letter was quoted by India Today.

Chandrasekhar countered the question of raising the allegations at the time of impending polls, saying: "Your constant threats and pressure through the jail administration became too much and I don't have any need to take all this from you. That's why I decided to move as per law. Not because someone or anyone is asking me to do so."

He accused Satyendra Jain of "threatening" him to withdraw a complaint filed in HC against former DG Sandeep Goel, according to the report.

In the fourth letter by Chandrasekhar reportedly requested Kejriwal to stop sending him offers and threats through jail administration, adding that he is neither interested in his offers nor being intimidated.

He further said that he would bring before the court evidences of every transaction he had with Kejriwal and Jain that he had stored from the start.

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TAGS:Arvind KejriwalSatyendra JainSukesh Chandrasekhar
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