"I couldn't take this lying down", Mishra said. About this kind of allegation.It doesn't deserve comment.
Amid the escalating infighting within the AAP, ousted Delhi minister Kapil Mishra has "exposed" AAP by revealing that Kejriwal took Rs 2 crore cash bribe from Satyender Jain. "After the MCD elections, the AAP is renewing its policies for the state and party". "A lot of MLAs are upset about the water situation". Soon after his removal, he hinted that he was removed because "I told Kejriwal that I would not tolerate delay in tanker scam report and would submit names of those who were involved in delaying the case in the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB)".
In its reaction, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia described the allegations as "baseless" and which "does not deserve" any response.
The rift had assumed an ugly face after Vishwas reportedly threatened to quit the party alleging that Khan was speaking the language of someone top in the party.
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"Day before yesterday, I saw Satyendra Jain giving Rs. two crore to Arvind Kejriwal and I wasn't able to sleep the entire night", Mishra said in a press briefing here after meeting Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal.
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Mishra took to Twitter to say that "i have witnessed HIM taking illegal cash. have shared all details with Lt. Gov." without naming the person.
Mishra, who was removed from the Cabinet on Saturday on charges of not properly addressing water problems in the city, also alleged that Jain told him that he settled land deals worth Rs 50 crore for Kejriwal's relatives.
When I became minister I sent a report against Sheila Dikshit to CM. I did not favour any daughter or any relative.
The Centre on Friday asked the Aam Aadmi Party to furnish details of overseas funding to it following suspicion of violation of law, a move termed as "witch hunt" by Delhi's ruling party. "Bharat Mata ki Jai", Vishwas, who had also cited reasons other than tampering of EVMs for the party's defeat, tweeted.
However, sources close to Kejriwal claim that Mishra did not meet the Chief Minister and neither had he submitted any papers related to the tanker scam.
He said he would expose the names involved in the tanker scam on Sunday.