Kapil Mishra Assaulted By AAP MLAs’ In Delhi Assembly
New Delhi: Suspended AAP MLA and former minister Kapil Mishra was assaulted by his colleagues in the Assembly as it met for a one-day special sitting on the GST.
The sacked minister said that he was demanding to speak in Assembly and was not allowed to speak. “Everyone saw it,” he said outside the House. He alleged that when he was beaten and punched in the Assembly, Kejriwal was laughing. “The deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia directed to beat me up,” he claimed. Declaring that he was not afraid of Kejriwal’s goons, he said that he would expose the misdeeds of Kejriwal at the Constitution Club at 5 pm on Wednesday.
While the video feed from the Assembly showed Mishra being pushed around, AAP MLA Saurabh Bharadwaj denied that he was manhandled. Saying that Kapil’s conduct is known, he claimed that the Speaker did not allow Kapil Mishra to show posters. He maintained that everything was on the record.
Once a close aide of the chief minister, Mishra levelled corruption charges against him and other AAP leaders which dented the image of the Party. Mishra alleged that Health Minister Satyendra Jain gave ₹ 2 crore illegal cash to Kejriwal at the latter’s official residence and helped fix land deals worth crores for Kejriwal’s relatives.
However, AAP denied these charges and suspended him from the party. Meanwhile, reacting to the incident that took place in the Assembly, BJP MLA RP Singh said that they will speak to their party president and approach the L-G for action.