Law Minister Salman Khurshid has warned India Against Corruption (IAC) activist Arvind Kejriwal from coming to Farrukhabad to protest against him.
In a video shown on Hindi news channel the law minister is seen saying that Kejriwal can come to Farrukhabad, but how will he go back. "I don't give a visa to go there but it's a long road to Farrukhabad--it is 300 km away. Let him get there first. Let him go there, but he should keep in mind that he has to return as well," said Khurshid in New Delhi.
He also said that he was given pen and asked to work only with it but now it is time to replace the ink with blood. "I've been advised to use the pen (to counter allegations). (But) it is time to replace ink with blood," he said.
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