New Delhi: Addressing the issue escalating right outside his residence, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kerjiwal on Monday defended his stance and said that there was no debate which was going to take place between him and Maheish Girri.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had accused the BJP MP Maheish Girri of murdering an NDMC worker MM Khan after which Girri had protested in hunger strike outside the CM's residence in Delhi.
"Do we have open debate on murder cases? Is this BJP's way to seek criminal justice?" said an adamant Kejriwal, who accused the BJP of using its power to muzzle the AAP.
Kejriwal went on to say that the police must arrest Maheish Girri and must investigate into the matter. "Police is not conducting probe because of pressure from BJP," said Kejriwal.
Earlier, BJP supremo Subramanian Swamy visited Girri and said that the AAP leader was leveling baseless allegations against the BJP MP.