India Against Corruption leader Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said his revelations about alleged corrupt dealings involving BJP chief Nitin Gadkari were "the tip of the iceberg" and a detailed probe would bring out "more truths".
A day after his disclosures targeting Gadkari, the activist-turned-politician told reporters here: "If there is a detailed investigation, more truths will be exposed."
"We have just started the process, it has to be taken forward."
On Wednesday, Kejriwal had accused Bharatiya Janata Party president Gadkari of grabbing land from Maharashtra farmers in collaboration with the Congress government in the state.
The BJP is in the opposition in Maharashtra, where the NCP-Congress coalition rules.
Gadkari had Wednesday denied the charges as baseless, and said he was ready for a probe.