A day after AAP accused Ramesh Bidhuri of being named in 10 FIRs, the South Delhi BJP MP claimed that he has nothing to do with these cases and dared the party to prove its allegations. Bidhuri, who is also general secretary in Delhi BJP, said that if the allegations levelled against him are proven true, he will quit politics.”I am very hurt with the AAP’s allegations, which is politically motivated ahead of Delhi Assembly elections. I have only one minor case registered against me at Sangam Vihar Police station due to a clash between BJP workers and Sahi Ram Pehelwan’s supporters during the 2008 Assembly elections,” Bidhuri told reporters on Thursday.
He said that except one FIR, he has nothing to do with other nine cases and threatened to serve a legal notice to AAP leaders Ashutosh and Sahi Ram. Aam Aadmi Party on Wednesday alleged that there are 10 cases against Bidhuri – five in Sangam Vihar police station, 3 in Okhla police station, one in Ambedkar Nagar and Govindpuri each.Party had also said that it would approach the court and the Election Commission and furnish evidence about the criminal cases registered against him, which were not mentioned by him in his poll affidavit. “These allegations are totally baseless. I have been vice-president of my party thrice and now, I am the general secretary. I have a good image among people and they (AAP) are trying to tarnish my image,” Bidhuri said.The BJP leader released an audio conversation in which AAP’s Tuglabad candidate Sahi Ram is allegedly “abusing” his party’s worker. Speaking on the recent incident in which Sahi Ram’s car was torched and 12 people were injured, Bidhuri said “AAP workers torched Sahi’s car to defame me and the BJP. I have a video in which it is clearly shown how AAP workers are torching Sahi’s car,” he said.

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BJP’s Ramesh Bidhuri denies AAP’s allegations