Attacking AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal over his criticism of
the Centre’s demonetisation move, BJP on Saturday said his allegations were a pack of
“shameless lies” and termed the chief minister as “chief
rumour-monger of Delhi”.

“His allegations, like all his previous allegations,
are a pack of shameless lies, which we don’t find the need to dignify with an
answer,” BJP leader and Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said in a
statement.

Kejriwal has alleged that the entire demonetisation exercise
was aimed at waiving debts owed by big corporates through the money deposited
by people, and that it would not unearth a single paisa of black money.

The AAP leader also dared the BJP to reveal details of its
coffers and reiterated his demand that demonetisation be rolled back
immediately.

“The person (Kejriwal) who can question the army for
proof of the surgical strikes, can do anything. But it is also a bit sad to see
his evolution from the Chief Minister of Delhi to Chief Rumour Monger of
Delhi,” Prasad said.

Prasad said that after the demonetisation move, BJP was sure
that some political parties with hoards of unaccounted money would be badly
hurt.

But the anguish shown by AAP shows that it has been hurt the
most and the reason is no surprise, he added.