Subsequently, BJP asked former Congress President Rahul Gandhi to apologize, since he was the one who led the attack against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Notably, AAP had also asked the Centre to come clean, back then.
Tiwari took to Delhi's streets demanding Kejriwal's apology
Following his party's stand, Tiwari led a group of BJP workers in Delhi. As he moved around in an open vehicle, he raised slogans and asked Kejriwal to apologize.
Delhi's CM had, in February, called for an investigation and even asked agencies to make necessary arrests.
Slamming him, Tiwari said attempts were made to "malign the image" of PM Modi.
Separately, in Kolkata, Rahul's posters were defaced
Similar protests were held across the nation. In Kolkata, for example, BJP workers defaced Rahul's posters and demanded an apology.
Yesterday, BJP general secretary Bhupender Yadav, while informing about his party's plans had said, "They (Congress) have been lying through their teeth. A CAG report and now Supreme Court's verdict on review petition in government's favor shows how baseless the allegations were."
"For 5 years, Kejriwal has not done anything and in just one day Gambhir will curb pollution? Let's come in power. In just 4 months, BJP will come to power in Delhi and we will curb pollution in just 2.5 years," Tiwari reportedly said.