Second in row- After Simmer Sandhu its Harjit Jaswal, a second Ontario Progressive Conservative candidate who is accused of using stolen customer lists from a Highway 407.
Denying the charges he said that he never received the 407 data, and would have no need for it anyway.
Jaswal also denied working with a controversial political organizer, Snover Dhillon prompting that man to produce a written agreement contradicting him.
In an exclusive interview set up by PC Party officials, Jaswal said he recruited members to support his bid for the PC nomination in Brampton Centre by old-fashioned door-knocking and networking, not employing an outside database.
He also denied playing any part in a smear campaign against one of his opposition leaders for the nomination using a leaked police arrest report.
Jaswal said organizer Snover Dhillon not only didn’t work on his campaign, but returned $10,000 the candidate paid him for unrelated consulting on his real-estate business