Keeping his promise to provide more evidence against chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, sacked cabinet minister Kapil Mishra today addressed yet another media conference and made some new allegations.
Keeping his promise to provide more evidence against chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, sacked cabinet minister Kapil Mishra today addressed yet another media conference and made some new allegations. He said he would make 2 revelations: First point is that Kejriwal video that he tweeted on the net was fake, the points in it were false and Manish Sisodia and others had deliberately promoted that video everywhere. Point 2, Mishra asked ‘whom are they hiding by putting Mukesh Kumar and making him take the blame.
The allegations come in the wake of a trader (a property dealer and tobacco trader) called Mukesh Sharma claiming that he donated Rs 2 crore to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and thereby seeking to rubbish Kapil Mishra’s allegation that the amount was paid by a shell company. Sharma claimed he had donated the money through a demand draft on March 31, 2014. “The public support to the AAP at that time was overwhelming and I had donated the money to the party hoping that it will do good for Delhi and for the nation,” Sharma told PTI. He added that tax men are probing him for last two-and-half years over the donation made to the party.
Here is the video that the Arvind Kejriwal tweeted:
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AAP को 2 करोड़ का चंदा देने वाला आया सामने..
ये राजनीति में अच्छा कर सकते हैं इसलिए चंदा दिया : मुकेश शर्मा pic.twitter.com/3wRqYTtdZR
— AAP Express ???????? (@AAPExpress) May 18, 2017
Referring to Sharma as Mukesh Kumar, Kapil Mishra said that the 4 companies that had allegedly donated Rs 50 lakhs each to the AAP on the same day were fake. He showed documents stating that Mukesh Kumar had become the additional director of one of these companies (Skyline Metal and Alloys Pvt Ltd) in 2017, whereas the donations had been made in 2014. Mishra further claimed that Mukesh Kumar’s signatures were not present in two of the companies’ paper works. Mishra said that when the Income Tax department had aksed AAP about the sources of these donations, they had declined, citing ignorance but now that they had tweeted about the source, they must go and inform the I-T department about it. He said that even the office buildings of these companies did not exist.