“Mr Salman Khurshid has threatened me. The language he has used, does not befit the law minister of this nation. Kejriwal tweeted soon after television channels played the statements made by Khurshid.
“Killing me won’t help because the whole nation has awakened. If one Arvind is killed then 100 Arvinds will rise,” he tweeted.
“Rather than threatening like this, it would be better that Congress sensed the anger of people and took some concrete steps against corruption (sic),” Kejriwal tweeted.
Rather than threatening like this, it would be better that Congress sensed the anger of people and took some concrete steps against corruption
“My life is not in his (Khurshid) hands but in god’s hands…we will continue with our plan to have a campaign in Farrukhabad,” he said.
Kejriwal also said that he would not be seeking security if he did visit Farrukhabad.
The activist turned politician had headed a campaign seeking the resignation of Khurshid since he has been accused of corruption in the running of a charitable trust that provided aids to the physically challenged.
Kejriwal had threatened to take his agitation to the minister’s home constituency in Uttar Pradesh where he would urge the minister’s voter base not to vote him back into power again.