AAP-Head Kejriwal Paid ₹6.5 Crore For ‘PR’ To NewYork Times: Conman Sukesh
Sukesh Chandrasekhar revealed that AAP-Head Arwind Kejriwal asked him to arrange $8.5 lakhs + 15% commission for ‘paid promotion’ in the New York Times.
Sukesh Chandrashekhar, who was detained by the Delhi Police in connection with the 200 crore extortion case, made a new allegation on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and detained AAP leader Satyender Jain in a letter to the media.
Chandrashekhar has asserted the veracity of his allegations against the Aam Aadmi Party and agreed to a polygraph examination.
Sukesh Chandrasekhar claimed on Friday in a new letter that he orchestrated the press coverage of the Delhi schools scandal for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) administration.
“USD 8.5 lakh and 15% additional commission was granted to the PR for promoting the Delhi school model tale in the American news,” Chandrasekhar claimed in a letter to the media.
“Mr. Kejriwal, if I am the country’s ‘greatest thug,’ as you claim, then why did you ask me to arrange for money and international PR for your school story?” he questioned in the letter.
The much-heralded education approach used by the Delhi government led by the AAP was praised in a front-page article in The New York Times (NYT) earlier in August.
But the report quickly turned into a point of contention. The piece was referred to as a “bought promotion” by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which launched a harsh attack on AAP.
Sukesh Chandrashekhar claimed in his most recent letter that everything he had claimed in his previous two letters was also true
“I’m prepared to take the polygraph. Every accusation I make in my letters is accurate. If AAP is correct, then getting their polygraph tests done shouldn’t be a problem for Arvind Kejriwal and Satyendra Jain.”
He added, “I am prepared to provide proof of all the accusations that I have stated in my letters.