Suspended BJP MP Kirti Azad today demanded a CBI probe into graft allegations against DDCA and insisted that his fight was against corruption in the cricket body and not against Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.
Rejecting BJP’s charge that he had indulged in anti-party activities, Azad, who was suspended after his strident attacks against Jaitley, said he had done nothing against BJP or the central government.
“It has nothing to do with BJP. It is about corruption in sports. I have been fighting against corruption in sports for years and will continue to do so,” he told the media. “Don’t bring Arun Jaitley into this.”
Azad claimed he has “evidence” of corruption in Delhi & District Cricket Association (DDCA) including about few-month old companies being given contract worth crores of rupees which he was willing to share with the agency.
He claimed he had shared the evidence with the then DDCA head, a reference to Jaitley, but nothing happened.