Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee president Ch. Anil Kumar said that what the Delhi Congress has been saying for the past many years that 80 per cent of the Aam Aadmi Party Ministers and 38 MLAs were corrupt and involved in  criminal activities, as cases have been filed against them, has proven right with the recovery of unaccounted Rs 2.82 crore and 133 gold coins weighing 1.80kg from the residence of Delhi Health Minister Satyender Jain and his aides by the Enforcement Directorate, who has been under the ED custody for doing hawala transactions through shell companies.

Ch. Anil Kumar asked whether Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was aware of the cash and gold coins hoarded by Jain and his aides, as he had seen the forged degree of former Delhi Minister Jitender Tomar, who was sent to jail for  his forgery?

 Ch. Anil Kumar said that Satyender Jain’s arrest by the Enforcement Directorate and the recovery of unaccounted money and gold coins from his residence and that of his aides, was just a trailer, as other big fishes like Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and Transport Minister Kailash Ghelot are on the radar  of the Enforcement Directorate after the Delhi Congress complained against them, as Sisodia already faces a case for the misuse of the funds he received for the NGO he has been associated with, besides the huge corruption running into thousands of crores he was involved in, in the implementation of the new Liquor Policy, while the Congress has filed cases against Kailash Ghelot with the CBI and the ACB for his involvement in the over Rs 4288 crore corruption in the purchase and maintenance contracts of new DTC buses.