New Delhi, Oct.22 (ANI): Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid on Monday said that an "ant" like India Against Corruption (IAC) activist Arvind Kejriwal, was not in a position to an "Elephant-like" Congress.
He said Kejriwal was living a "pipe dream" of taking the space of big parties by trying to "destroy" them through allegations.
In a free-wheeling interview to a news agency, Khurshid said: He (Kejriwal) is too small,...Pathetically small to be in confrontation with our party. An ant does not destroy an elephant...A hundred ants in an elephant trunk will not hurt an elephant."
"I think this kind of 'destroy all', this kind of 'let us burn everything down' characters, believe that in the ashes will grow a new India and the ashes of that new India will the opportunities to those little groups and parties to come to power. It is a pipe dream," Khurshid said.
"It is a strange kind of understanding that they (IAC and Kejriwal) can ask questions from anybody and expect answers from everybody, but they will not answer questions put to them," Khurshid said.
Khurshid also dismissed allegations of irregularities in the land deals of Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra in Haryana.
Asked about Kejriwal's attack on Nitin Gadkari, Khurshid said he cannot say anything more to BJP than saying that "since now, you know the bitter taste of the medicine, will you now please review everything that you have done in the past few months". (ANI)