Kapil Mishra Files 3 CBI Complaints Against Kejriwal, AAP Leaders
Sacked Delhi Water Minister Kapil Mishra on Tuesday filed CBI complaints against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over allegations of corruption and also against his relatives and some AAP leaders, hours after he posted an open letter to the Chief Minister.
He handed over three sealed envelops to the CBI that he called "evidences".
"I have registered three complaints. First on the exchange of cash between Kejriwal and Satyendra Jain. Second on the firm owned by Kejriwal's relatives involved in PWD and a Chhatarpur farmhouse land deal... The third is on the foreign trips by five AAP leaders," Mishra told reporters after filing the complaints.
Mishra sought details about the foreign trips of AAP leaders Sanjay Singh, Ashish Khetan, Raghav Chadha, Satyendar Jain and Durgesh Pathak by Wednesday morning and threatened to go on a hunger strike if the AAP failed to do so.
Mishra also alleged that there had been "illegal funding" during the Punjab elections and that tickets were "sold" by the party during the Delhi civic polls.
Earlier in the morning, Mishra wrote an open letter to Kejriwal challenging him to a poll battle.
In the letter, Mishra said he will register an FIR against Kejriwal.
Mishra approached the CBI a day after he was suspended from the AAP after he levelled fresh corruption allegations against Kejriwal.
Mishra was sacked as Delhi's Water Minister on Saturday.