Delhi BJP on Monday claimed to expose the lies of former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal by circulating the information obtained through a couple of Right to Information (RTI) queries. The party’s city president Satish Upadhyay flanked with some leaders of traders’ fraternity claimed that all the claims of his 49 days ‘business friendly’ government were wrong.“Contrary to the claims of Kejriwal that his government did not conduct even a single raid in the city, 51 raids were conducted on 151 commercial establishments from January 5 to February 14,”said Upadhyay citing the information from RTI. Also Read – Company director arrested for swindling Rs 345 croreHe further alleged that when it became clear that his government was going to fall, 100 raids were conducted in Delhi in the last 14 days of his government which means about 10 raids every day,” he added. He went on allege that Kejriwal’s secretary was such an officer that he harassed the traders of Delhi so much in his capacity of Value Aadded Tax commissioner that the traders had to take the help of strike and agitation to remove him from the post of Commissioner. Also Read – Man who cheated 20 women on matrimonial websites arrestedThe general secretary of traders’ union, CAIT, Preveen Khandelwal said that the claims of more tax collection and business friendly government of Kejriwal are complete lies. “As against the claims of collecting Rs 5,666 crore, only Rs 2033 crore were collected during his tenure,” he added quoting the RTI.Upadhyay also enumerated the trader-friendly policies and decisions of present BJP government including protecting the traders from ceiling till 2017 which would benefit five lakh traders. He also highlighted the decision of his government to regularise all the unauthorised colonies and illegal construction till June 2014 which would benefit over 50 lakh families in the city, including three lakh traders. “The announcement of the policy to convert lease hold properties into free hold properties by central government, lakhs of traders will get right to ownership, he added.