The Anti-Corruption Branch of the Delhi police has started investigating sacked minister Kapil Mishra's allegations of a medical scam on Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's watch.
Police teams searched three godowns in Delhi where medicines were being stored by pharma companies.
Mr Mishra, who has been hurling allegations of corruptions almost daily at Chief Minister Kejriwal and other ministers, has alleged a 300-crore fraud in the purchase of medicines by the Health Department.
At a press conference, he said medicines worth this amount were bought on paper but they never made it to government pharmacies.
Mr Mishra, who was Water Minister in the Delhi cabinet, was sacked earlier this month and later suspended by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) as he launched a fierce attack on Mr Kejriwal, accusing him of corruption.
Yesterday, as Mr Mishra demanded a discussion in the Delhi Assembly on what he called various scams including the alleged medicine fraud, he was manhandled by AAP lawmakers and dragged out of the house by marshals.