AAP recently called out on BJP's East Delhi candidate Gautam Gambhir alleging that he had double entries in the voters' list. To it, the BJP reacted by asking an answer from Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal for allegedly having three voter identity cards in 2013.
A BJP spokesperson claimed that Kejriwal's wife currently held three voter identity cards one each for Delhi, UP and West Bengal.
Meanwhile, AAP spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj said that Kejriwal's wife is a private person out of politics and added, "Even then, if BJP wants to equate the two cases, let both Gautam Gambhir and Mrs. Kejriwal be disqualified from 2019 elections."
Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari asserted that the details put in by Gambhir in his nomination papers was "true" and that the AAP was "misleading" the media.
The Delhi government claimed that Gambhir's name figures twice in the electoral roll and it has filed a criminal complaint against him in Tis Hazari Court on the matter.
Delhi BJP spokesperson Harish Khurana took to Twitter to respond:
"I had complained to the Election Commission against Kejriwal for having three voter IDs for Sahibabad (UP), and Seemapuri and Hanuman Road (both Delhi) before Delhi assembly elections in November 2013. Kejriwal should answer this first.”
He also alleged that Kejriwal's wife Sunita possessed three voter identity Khurana. He posted the three purported voter identity cards of Kejriwal's wife on Twitter.
Meanwhile, The Delhi CM took to Twitter to say: My appeal to all the voters of East Delhi is that do not vote to waste their votes by voting for Gautam Gambhir.