His deputy Manish Sisodia said that what Kejriwal revealed today was originally meant for September.
In the course of his speech, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader dropped a bombshell.
Earlier in the day, the Delhi Government passed a resolution asking President Pranab Mukherjee to direct the Centre to withdraw the "draconian" demonetisation scheme.
Claiming to be in possession of an I-T document, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday alleged that Modi during his stint as Gujarat CM was paid a bribe of Rs 25 crore by the Aditya Birla Group.
Kejriwal alleged that Sanjeev Kamboj, who heads BJP's Punjab legal cell, was seen with new notes of Rs2,000 on social media days before the Prime Minister's announcement of withdrawing high value currency and how that happened.
The assembly adopted the resolution by voice vote.
He said, "They found more than Rs 130 crore during the raid and also discovered a piece of paper from one room, which had Narendra Modi's name".
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On Sunday, PM Modi addressed a crowd in Panaji, Goa and called for support from people over his actions to take down black money hoarders.
"On 15 October 2013, the income tax department conducted raid on Shubendu Amitabh's house".
BJP president Amit Shah on Friday asserted that rival parties have exposed themselves and shown their true face by criticising the Centre's demonetisation move which, he said, has rattled those with black money and fake currency and made some political parties poor as well. "They must have thought that once Narendra Modi becomes the PM, he will help them in the Robert Vadra case", Kejriwal said.
Kejriwal also asked Modi to apologise for saying in Goa that people involved in scams were standing in queues outside banks.
"It is simply a mechanism to transfer 50 per cent of the country's total black money to BJP's accounts".
"We would urge the government to roll back this scheme".
A resolution was adopted by the Delhi assembly that requested the President to institute a court-monitored probe to look into the allegations that the "demonetisation scheme is a fraud on the nation".