On Monday night, BJP MP Kirti Azad, who is presently locked in a war of words with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley over the issue of corruption in the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) tweeted this:

Even as everyone attempted to come to terms with the tweet directed at the Finance Minister in which the former cricketer called Jaitley ‘napunsak'(impotent), the BJP MP tweeted:

However, the former cricketer didn’t delete the tweet that he claimed was the result of his account being hacked and it is still on his timeline.

Azad has been a critic of the DDCA’s functioning and has raised questions about it time and again. While he reiterated his charges against the cricket body on Sunday, he did not name Jaitley while speaking about office bearers who had indulged in corruption.

On Monday, when Jaitley tweeted that he was going to sue Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and other AAP leaders, Azad had dared the Finance Minister to take him to court as well.

Jaitley has already dismissed the allegations that have been levelled against him as being motivated. He has accused AAP and Kejriwal of trying to deflect attention from the CBI case against Delhi government principal secretary Rajendra Kumar.