Speaking to reporters at the airport in Chennai, he said Kejriwal would one day "feel the heat and learn a lesson." Defending Khurshid, he said there were no irregularities and maintained it was a private transaction where there was "no proof to show government support."
"Kejriwal is maligining people. He will feel the heat and learn a lesson," the minister said adding a 100 slogan-shouting persons cannot "decide the fate of the country."
He charged Kejriwal with furnishing "bogus account," regarding the money collected for social activist Anna Hazare's fast in Delhi demanding Lokpal.
Kejriwal had accused that Khurshid's NGO siphoned off money meant for disabled. The minister's wife and director of the NGO, Louise Khurshid, had described them as "baseless innuendos" and accused the activist of "doing politics usingthe shoulders of the disabled."