New Delhi: Former volunteers of the India Against Corruption (IAC) will regroup to oppose the Aam Aadmi Party government, ousted Delhi minister Kapil Mishra said on Friday.
The anti-corruption activists will chalk out plans for a campaign against the Arvind Kejriwal government, he said.
Earlier this month, Mr Mishra had relaunched the anti-corruption outfit, with which the likes of social activist Anna Hazare and Mr Kejriwal were associated. AAP was formed after some prominent IAC volunteers including Mr Kejriwal decided to join politics.
Mr Mishra, who was suspended from the party, has been firing salvos at the Delhi chief minister with serious allegations of corruption. The party as well as the government have denied the charges leveled by him.
The shunted Delhi minister said many of those associated with the earlier version of IAC will join the Sunday meeting at the Constitution Club. He said the anti-graft acitivists want the “right to recall”. “Old friends who were associated with the Anna movement and IAC will participate in the meet. We have already announced revival of the IAC,” Mr Mishra said. During a previous meeting, the former IAC volunteers had passed a resolution to passed to have a “right to recall” hearing against Mr Kejriwal in his New Delhi constituency and health minister Satyendar Jain.