Aam Aadmi Party [AAP] chief Arvind Kejriwal again hit a controversy and this time the Delhi ex-cm warned the journalists who are showing AAP in bad light.
On Thursday night at the AAP's charity dinner in Nagpur, Kejriwal said he will order a probe against people conspiring against his party including the journalists. He accused the media of being sold to politicians for their political gains. “If our government comes to power then we will set an inquiry into this. And along with media people, all will be sent to jail,” added Kejriwal.
However when asked on Friday morning, Kejriwal denied making any such statements. “That's not how I said it. I didn't say anything and how can I be upset with you [Media],” replied the AAP Chief.
AAP leaders have backed Kejriwal in this issue, Manish Sisodia said, “a lot is being said about Modi in Gujarat but none of the media are showing facts. Over the past decade, 8 farmers died in Gujarat, did any media worked this news ? Paid media is dangerous for country.”