NDTV cannot independently verify the video or its contents.
The BJP and its allies have 29 seats between them and need at least five more. Mr Kejriwal's party has said repeatedly that to bridge the gap, the BJP is offering AAP legislators money and positions as ministers if they agree to defect to the BJP. Today, AAP leader Sourabh Bhardwaj told NDTV that his party has more such videos of BJP leaders. (More Stings Where This Came From, Claims AAP Leader on NDTV)
"He (Mohaniya) came to meet me and I never went (to meet Mohaniya). There was no talk of money and I did not offer him anything," Mr Dagar said at a press conference.
The video puts the BJP on the back-foot days after Home Minister Rajnath Singh declared that his party would have nothing to do with horse-trading. BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra today said, "Though I have not seen the video, but even if he (Dagar) interacted with the (AAP) MLA, it was in his personal capacity and not as a leader of the BJP."
The Supreme Court had last month asked the Centre to indicate within six weeks whether it will call for fresh elections in