Kapil Mishra Produces Evidence Against AAP

Sunday morning witnessed emotional and dramatic scenes in the press conference, as Kapil Mishra exposed how Kejriwal laundered money with proofs. He fainted after accusing Kejriwal of being corrupt.

New Delhi: As the corruption in Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is unravelled by its sacked minister Kapil Mishra, AAP has put forth its routine argument that BJP is behind him.

Sunday morning witnessed emotional and dramatic scenes in the press conference, as Kapil Mishra exposed how Kejriwal laundered money with proofs. He accused AAP of not revealing its total funding to the Election Commission and the Income Tax department, which is quite damaging for AAP if proved.

Kapil Mishra also reasoned out Arvind Kejriwal’s protest against demonetisation as AAP was converting black money into white.

Kapil Mishra who got emotional asked Kejriwal to quit as Delhi Chief Minister else he will drag him by the collar and take him to Tihar Jail.  Emotional Mishra fainted after levelling allegations. He was rushed to the nearby hospital.

Kapil who has been on a fast for the past five days has been tweeting about the expose he was going to make and was posting documents.

Though Arvind Kejriwal refused to face media, the party spokesperson Sanjay Singh blamed BJP for the conspiracy and called Kapil Mishra ‘mentally unstable.’

Meanwhile, Congress demanded the resignation of Kejriwal over the fresh allegations. AAP which has been on the defensive saying that the issues raised by Kapil are being raised by BJP for the past two years. However, they have not mentioned about the proofs produced by Mishra.

Agitated wife of Kapil Mishra, Preeti says that if Mishra can’t go to the CBI, she will go.

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Kapil Mishra Won’t Leave Kejriwal, High Drama At Janata Durbar

Sacked AAP minister Kapil Mishra has created scenes again at the residence of Delhi Chief Minister Aarvind Kejriwal in the name of fighting corruption.

New Delhi: The AAP drama seems to be never ending. Sacked minister of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Kapil Mishra and his close aides created scenes when they tried to enter Arvind Kejriwal’s residential premises.

Kapil Mishra, who levelled corruption charges against Kejriwal, reportedly went there to attend the Delhi CM’s ‘Janata Durbar’ along with his 25 close aides.

Mishra claimed that he wanted to meet Kejriwal to ask him, “Why corruption accused Health Minister Satyender Jain is not being sacked.”

As he was not allowed to enter the premises and meet Kejriwal, Mishra along with his supporters staged a protest outside CM’s residence.

Adamant Mishra, who refused to turn back asked, “Why isn’t Kejriwal allowing me to meet him in the Janata Durbar? If he is clean, what is the problem in meeting me there?”

Mishra said he is trying to meet the Chief Minister to hand him a copy of the proposals passed at the India against Corruption-2 convention on June 3.

He also demanded a CBI probe into AAP volunteer Santosh Koli’s death.

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Kapil Mishra Assaulted By AAP MLAs’ In Delhi Assembly

Suspended AAP MLA Kapil Mishra was allegedly beaten up by MLAs of the same party at the behest of Deputy Chief Minister Sisodia when Delhi Assembly met on Wednesday for one day to discuss GST.

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.

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Kapil Mishra Attacked By AAP Worker

Former minister of Delhi Kapil Mishra was attacked by AAP worker before his residence where he was sitting on a hunger protest.

New Delhi: Kapil Mishra, former minister and a dissident leader of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was attacked by a party worker before his residence where he was sitting on hunger strike.

Kapil Mishra said he did not see the attacker earlier and he may not belong to AAP. He said he was not injured. He also said he does not want any security arrangements.

Kapil Mishra is a close follower of rebel leader Kumar Vishwas. After working out a compromise with Kumar, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal sacked Mishra from his Cabinet. Mishra had alleged that he was a witness to a shady transaction in which the health minister Surender Jain gave ₹2 crore to Kejriwal as a consideration.

He approached ACB and the CBI with corruption charges and what he claimed as evidence against the CM. Kapil Mishra said there were threatening calls to him. Kejriwal has not reacted either to the corruption charges or the attack on his former ministerial colleague.

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As Kapil Mishra Meets ACB, AAP Chooses To Blame BJP For The Problem

Kapil Mishra will also meet the CBI officials to address the Rs. 400 Crore water scam.

New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party which was virtually stunned due to the corruption allegations levelled by its sacked minister Kapil Mishra, came out on Monday with a different kind of defence. AAP leaders Sanjay Singh, Ashutosh and Dilip Pandey put up a brave face and tried to defend Kejriwal in a press conference held on Monday.  Instead of answering to the allegations levelled against party Chief Arvind Kejriwal, leaders chose to point out which CM is corrupt in BJP and how Kashmir is burning.

Sacked minister and AAP leader Kapil Mishra on Sunday alleged that he has seen Health Minister Satyendra Jain handing Rs. 2 crores in hard cash to CM Kejriwal. As Kapil Mishra was levelling allegations in a media conference, Kejriwal was strategizing with his close aides and leaders. After the meeting, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia spoke to the media, but when asked about Mishra’s allegations, he said that they are not even worth answering.

On Monday too they followed the same strategy. The leaders chose to blame centre as usual in the whole episode. AAP leader Sanjay Singh alleged that BJP government in the Centre is working to stifle opposition and targeting AAP. Raising nationalism the leaders also brought Kashmir into the picture and criticised BJP government that it failed in addressing in addressing internal and external threats to the country and is solely concentrating on decimating AAP. They also alleged that the BJP is trying to repeatedly to implicate AAP in fabricated cases. They also alleged that Kapil Mishra is acting on behest of BJP.

Meanwhile, Kapil Mishra met ACB officials on Monday morning and stated that he furnished all the information needed.

The question on everyone’s mind is, why the Delhi Chief Minister, who in 2012 announced that AAP has formed an internal Lokpal, if anyone has any allegation of corruption against him, they can directly go to Justice AP Shah and make a complaint. And if Justice Shah says there is a prima facie evidence against Arvind, he will have to resign from the party, has not done it yet.

As of now, all the leaders who expressed their dissatisfaction against party’s way of functioning and called for introspection rallied behind Kejriwal. Alka Lamba, Adarsh Shastri, Somnath Bharti, Rajesh Rishi and even Kumar Vishwas stood beside Kejriwal after he faced first corruption charge against him.

After meeting the ACB officials, Kapil Mishra told the media that he would be meeting CBI officials in the evening to reveal the details of the alleged 400 crores water scam.

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Kapil Mishra Keeps His Promise, Charges Kejriwal Of Corruption

Kapil Mishra, AAP leader who was sacked from the Cabinet on the other day, blamed CM Kejriwal of corruption. Mishra is considered close to Kumar Viswas who rebelled against Kejriwal recently.

New Delhi: As vowed on Saturday night, sacked minister of AAP government, Kapil Mishra came out with corruption allegations against none other than Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. He alleged that he has seen Health Minister Satyendra Jain handing Rs. 2 crores in hard cash to CM Kejriwal. Speaking to media on Sunday morning, Kapil asked, “where did the money come from? they must tell what was done with the money?” He earlier tweeted that he has “witnessed HM taking illegal cash.”

Meanwhile, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal called for a meeting with Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and other leaders. Poet-turned-politician Kumar Vishwas also attended the meeting. However, it is reported that he left before the meeting came to an end. Incidentally, Kumar VIshwas’s rebellion was supported by Kapil Mishra, and his sacking is considered by some as a revenge against what he has done.

Deputy Chief Minister, Manish Sisodia who spoke to the media after the meeting with the emergency meeting with the CM said that the allegations are not even worth answering.

Earlier in the morning, Kapil Mishra met Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal on his way to Rajghat, where he promised to reveal the facts. He also claimed that he did not receive any official confirmation about his removal. He said that even L-G did not receive any communication, and it’s only media that got the news.

After meeting L-G and before reaching Rajghat, he tweeted, “I have witnessed HIM taking illegal cash… have shared all details with Lt. Gov. It is impossible to keep silent. Loss of power is nothing, ready to lose my life also.”

Claiming that AAP is his party, he clarified that he will not quit AAP.

Mishra supported Kumar Vishwas last week during his rebellion against the party chief. There were speculations then that Kumar Vishwas wanted to be the Chief Minister and he has half the MLAs’ support.

Targeting CM directly, he tweeted in Hindi that there is a huge conspiracy ahead of my press conference.. won’t stop, won’t bend.  Kejriwal is dirctly calling up many AAP leaders and legislators.. he added.

BJP hit out at AAP saying that the party has lost the right to stay in power. While Deputy  CM Manish Sisodia on Saturday said that, “Despite Mishra’s efforts, water management was not up to the mark and there were complaints that water is not reaching people.”

The AAP government has set up an enquiry into the tanker scam last year and put the size of the scam at Rs. 400 crore and accused former CM Sheila Dikshit for creating artificial water scarcity to benefit the tanker mafia. And now AAP is blaming Kapil Mishra of inefficiency.

When Kapil was in the good books of Kejriwal, he was considered as the most vocal leader in the party. And he is also one of the leaders who contradicted the party’s stand on blaming Electronic Voting Machines for their defeat in DMC polls after Goa and Punjab defeats. Mishra claimed that party has to reconnect with people and find out the reasons for the defeat, at that time.

The Aam Admi Party is surely facing crisis internally, with leader after leader blaming him of mismanagement, bias and finally corruption. As Party chief and Delhi CM Kejriwal whiled away most of his time blaming Centre instead of concentrating on governance, people refused to vote for him. And the AAP exploded internally first with Kumar Vishwas bringing out the strife, now Kapil Sharma.

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Kejriwal Sacks Minister Close To Kumar Vishwas

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has sacked a minister reportedly close to the dissident leader Kumar Vishwas. Kejriwal has added two ministers.

New Delhi: After burying the hatchet with poet-turned-politician Kumar Vishwas by removing Amanatulla Khan, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in a deft move sacked Water and Tourism Minister Kapil Mishra, who is considered close to Vishwas, on Saturday.

Kejriwal reshuffled his Cabinet citing party’s poor performance in municipal elections last month. After removing Mishra, he inducted Najafgarh MLA Kailash Gehlot and Seemapur legislator Rajendra Gautam into the Cabinet taking the total number of ministers to seven.

Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia told a news agency that, as the water management was not up to the mark despite Kapil Mishra’s efforts, the CM decided to bring Kailash Gehlot in his place.

Soon after the decision was announced in a Cabinet meeting, Mishra declared that he would ‘expose’ the involvement of some AAP leaders in an alleged scam on Sunday.

He also said that he already had met the CM on Saturday morning and handed over documents related to the alleged scam.

Saying that he was not informed about the decision, he alleged that it was taken unilaterally by Kejriwal. The Cabinet or the Political Affairs Committee was not involved, claimed Mishra.

Immediately after the announcement of his removal was made, Mishra tweeted that he was the only minister with no corruption charges against him, and no CBI enquiry against him and none of his family members held a post in the government.

However, a senior government official said that the decision to remove Kapil Mishra was taken after it was found that the minister submitted inflated bills.

Meanwhile, speculations were that he was only axed as he sided with Vishwas. Earlier, he was considered one of the most active voices in the government.

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