With more skeletons tumbling out of Law Minister Salman Khurshid's almirah, the Opposition and India Against Corruption are clamouring for his resignation. More fictitious, dead and non-existent beneficiaries, fake affidavits and forged signatures have thickened the plot further. While the Congress is ready to fight it legally, the IAC wants his resignation before the case starts, alleging that he, being a powerful minister, could influence the case.
Meanwhile, Arvind Kejriwal of IAC has temporarily suspended his agitation against Khurshid and announced a fresh campaign in his UP constituency Farrukhabad from November 1. Kejriwal further alleged a quid pro quo (mutual exchange) between the Congress and SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav, who faces a disproportionate assets case in the Supreme Court.