Confrontation between Arvind Kejriwal and Congress will increase after the release of India's most corrupt list of politicians that includes the names of politicians from Congress, BJP and their allies.
Congress vice Prsident Rahul Gandhi
Former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa
Home Minister P Chidambaram
Oil Minister M Veerappa Moily
Muthuvel Karunanidhi Azhagiri
Former Uttar pradesh chief minister Mayawati
Samajwadi party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav
Coal Minister Sriprakash Jaiswal
Former Union railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal
DMK leader Kanimozhi Karunanidhi
Sushil Kumar Shinde
After announcing the list,Kejriwal is holding a Delhi cabinet meet on the party's proposed anti-graft Janlokpal Bill that seeks to punish corruption with a maximum sentence of life in jail.
The Chief Minister said the Jan Lokpal Bill as a far more stringent version of the central Lokpal law enacted earlier this month.
People like Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi, who have spent Rs 500 crore to build their brands, will take that money back from us only. How can they deliver good governance?" Kejriwal asked.
"Our aim should be to not allow a single corrupt politician or even a family member to enter the House," he said, urging the people to submit similar 'corruption' lists of their own.
"The Lokpal Bill that the Centre passed can't even kill a mouse, let alone end corruption," Mr Kejriwal scoffed at a party meeting.
Kejriwal reiterated that the party was determined to follow its own agenda and fulfil the promises made to the people of Delhi.
With the consideration that Jan Lokpal bill ie the Delhi Lokayukta likely to be draconian,there are chances that confrontation between Arvind Kejriwal and Congress will increase which UPA can't afford at this point of time.The Delhi bill will require the assent of the President and any delay would add to another confrontation between the centtre and Delhi but if sources are to be believed Presidential assent for the Delhi bill could be expected in a week's time,
UPA has strong political plans for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections ,First to pass six anti-corruption bills in Parliament and women reservation bill .
The government plans to pass the bill in a special session of Delhi Assembly in the first week of February from Ramlila ground.
Under Jan Lokpal Bill life imprisonment for corruption
One of the draft versions seeks life imprisonment as maximum punishment for corruption, while six months in jail as minimum punishment. Confiscation of property and assets of corrupt officials is another provision in the bill, said sources.
In its election manifesto for Delhi Assembly election, AAP had promised to cover all the officials and employees of Delhi Government, from the Chief Minister to MLAs.Delhi Jan Lokpal Bill is believed to be on the lines of the Uttarakhand Lokayukta Act,
Lokayukta will have the powers to confiscate property and assets of the accused official.
"It will be introduced in the cabinet on Friday and in 10-15 days there might be an assembly session where it will be passed," Kejriwal said.