Arvind Kejriwal, along with the activists of India Against Corruption, lead a protest march yesterday, against the coal allocation issue, outside the houses of Congress and BJP leaders. After the protest Kejriwal said that the motive of the agitation was to show to the people that both the major parties of India, BJP and Congress, are involved in corruption.
"The motive of the the agitation was to show to the people that BJP and the Congress are two sides of the same coin. Both the parties are involved in corruption," Kejriwal said to CNN-IBN.
"Coal blocks have been allocated to people connected to the Congress and to the BJP as well," he added.
Kejriwal pointed that neither the BJP nor the Congress take action regarding the corruption cases when in power.
"When BJP comes to power it takes no action against the Congress, when Congress comes in power it takes no action against the BJP," he said.
Kejriwal also said that government is not only corrupt but also dictatorial.
"The government is not just corrupt it also dictatorial. The peaceful agitation had to face lathis, tear gases, water canons," he added.