Kapil Mishra accuses Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal of taking bribe

Robyn Ryan
May 7, 2017

Kejriwal conveyed his mind about the reshuffle when he retweeted a tweet from one his followers.

Mishra told The Telegraph that he had not been informed about his removal.

He said he would expose the names involved in the tanker scam on Sunday. "This should be taken into account and Kejriwal should be arrested immediately", he said. "I want to assure the country and party volunteers that we will continue to raise our voice against corruption, within and without, irrespective of what the outcome is", he wrote in Hindi. "It is fine... I am an integral part of AAP and the government".

Speaking to ANI, Congress's Shakil Ahmed said that the allegations by Mishra were grave and needed to investigated. It had also suspended Okhla MLA Amanatullah Khan who had accused Vishwas of crafting a coup against the party.

Mishra after being sacked taking a jibe at Kejriwal and his colleagues such as Satyendar Jain, said he did not favour his relatives or daughter. Mishra tweeted close to midnight alleging that Kejriwal was calling up MLAs to plot against him before his press conference tomorrow. He should come out and make a statement " he told a leading news channel.

"Gahlot is being made minister to represent outer Delhi".

The party also inducted two new faces - Seemapuri MLA Rajendra Pal Gautam and Najafgarh legislator Kailash Gehlot - into the Cabinet. "It is not linked to his support for Kumar Vishvas", the source said.

After suspecting that the funding from overseas might have violated FCRA provisions, the Union Home Ministry asked the Arvind Kejriwal-led party to explain certain fundings from abroad, mentioned PTI report.

Electoral setbacks in Punjab, Goa and in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi along with a growing dissent against the AAP leadership, particularly Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia, may end up eroding the party's support in Delhi too. If you are my enemy, then why doesn't my head roll.

"Corruption charges against AAP are nothing new".

In his next tweet, he vowed to continue the fight against corruption in and outside the party.

Mr Vishwas had also indicated that he was considering an exit from the party but he was placated by no less than Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and other senior party functionaries.

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