New Delhi: Continuing his war of words with the Centre, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has now made fresh allegations against LG Najeeb Jung, charging the latter of snooping on Delhi government ministers and senior bureaucrats.
The AAP chief alleged that the Delhi Lt Governor is snooping on Chief Minister and his cabinet colleagues and collecting information regarding visitors at their offices.
The Delhi Chief Minister further alleged that the LG was secretly sending the information to the PMO, in a tweet on Tuesday.
Shocking! LG snooping on CM n Ministers. Who visits CM n ministers- LG secretly collecting this info n informing PMO https://t.co/e7xmVwjAe2— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) 7 June 2016
Kejriwal had earlier launched a tirade against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and advised him to focus on governance rather than "snooping" on his political opponents.
Kejriwal had also attacked the CBI alleging that its officers are directing Delhi government officials on awarding contracts to companies.
Kejriwal took on Modi over reports that the premier investigative agency is questioning officials of the city administration in connection with raids at the office of his Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar.
"PM should concentrate on governance, which is suffering badly under NDA, rather than snooping on opponents," Kejriwal had said in one such tweets.
The AAP chief also dared Modi to form a "team" if the latter wants information about him.
Kejriwal said that he will make himself available to any such team for questioning.
It was also reported that the Delhi government had made a proposal for the purchase of high-end snooping device for the Anti-Corruption Bureau, which was later dismissed as 'pure speculation'.