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CBI to examine Kapil Mishra's allegations on graft

19 May 2017

Suspended former minister Kapil Mishra continues his fight against alleged corruption in the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and as he had announced earlier, from Wednesday morning he began a hunger strike Satyagraha, demanding details of foreign trips made by AAP leaders.

"Truth will triumph. Its beginning will be made during the special session of the Delhi Assembly tomorrow", Kejriwal tweeted late this evening on the graft charges against him by Mishra that has led to turmoil in the Aam Aadmi Party. 'While making such serious allegations, Mishra did not even feel it important to clarify when the deal was conducted and which relative of Kejriwal was involved, Singh said.

Suspended minister Mishra has vowed to stay only on water until Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal puts the information regarding the trips on the public domain.

On Monday, Mishra filed a complaint regarding what is known as the water tanker scam with the ACB, saying Kejriwal delayed action in the case.

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A case has been registered for voluntarily causing hurt and criminal intimidation and police are trying to find out more details about Bhardwaj.

Social activist Anna Hazare on Tuesday said he would sit on an agitation to demand the resignation of Arvind Kejriwal if the allegations of corruption against the Delhi chief minister were proved. Sources said that presently he was working in one of the mohalla clinics of minister Satyendra Jain.

Kapil Mishra on hunger strike demanding travel expenses of AAP leaders: Sacked AAP leader Kapil Mishra sits on "satyagraha" till he gets the details of worldwide travel expenses of some AAP leaders.

"I am saddened after the allegations were leveled against Arvind Kejriwal".

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Echoing similar sentiment, another BJP leader R.P. Singh asserted that AAP was afraid of facing questions posed by Kapil Mishra.

Soon after the alleged assault, AAP members found a Facebook account in the name of Ankit Bhardwaj, who was a leader of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, BJP's youth wing, and claimed he was the man involved in the fracas. "The BJP and the Congress are treating Mishra as Harishchandra..."

"I am an AAP worker. However, I will not file any complaint in this regard", Mishra said.

"I am sitting on a Satyagraha till I get clarification on details of worldwide travel expenses of some senior AAP leaders".

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CBI to examine Kapil Mishra's allegations on graft