New Delhi: Social activist turned-politician Arvind Kejriwal might make another expose on Tuesday though he has not said anything on his next target so far, media reports said.
The National Convenor of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) had earlier targeted politicians and industry tycoons like BJP president Nitin Gadkari, Congress supremo Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, industrialists Mukesh and Anil Ambani, Jet Airways owner Naresh Goyal and Congress MP Annu Tandon.
Vadra was accused by Kejriwal of illegal land transactions with real estate giant DLF in Haryana.
Kejriwal accused Gadkari of having ties with Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) in Maharashtra to boost his business interests in Vidarbha region at the cost of poor farmers.
Gadkari opposing the charges said, it was an effort to politically malign him.
He said that his efforts were focused on helping farmers in Vidarbha.
Kejriwal in his last revelation attacked the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government for allegedly ignoring the hardships faced by National Security Guard (NSG) commandos who fought during the 26/11 Mumbai attack in 2008.
He alleged that the commandos did not even receive their basic rights from the government.
The social activist even produced a NSG commando named Surender Singh, who fought during the 26/11 Mumbai attack, before the media in November.
Singh, who was injured during the attack and was declared medically unfit to continue the job, said the government did not fulfill the duty towards the injured soldiers.