Tewari was reacting to the report that Wal-Mart had spent Rs.125 crore on lobbying activities in the US, including on issues related to enhanced market access for investment in India. The issue saw the BJP stalling proceedings in both houses of Parliament on Tuesday.
"Merely because a report gets published somewhere and it serves your political purpose, it ducktales into your larger agenda because you've lost the FDI vote in both the houses that does not mean that you translate conjuncture into innuendo and extrapolate innuendo into allegations," he said.
"The BJP has developed a very strange operational methodology, first you make an allegation, then you reiterate the allegation and then you start believing in your own allegation. Before an allegation is made, the facts and circumstances should be verified in their entirety," he added.
He said stalling Parliament was not in the interest of the country. "This is what the BJP has been doing in the last three years."