As a Minister Kapil Mishra is sacked by the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, has now began a hunger strike from the morning for demanding that the Aam Aadmi Party reveal the details of foreign trips made by five of its top leader. Kapil Mishra at his residence in Delhi’s Civil Lines is sitting under a tent pitched, with garlanded photograph of Mahatma Gandhi behind Kapil Mishra, and called his protest as a ‘Satyagrah’ or the ‘Peaceful agitation.’
By Aam Aadmi Party Kapil Mishra was suspended earlier this week after Kapil Mishra accused Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for corruption, has written a letter to his former boss that he tweeted this morning, by naming the five leaders which includes the name of Satyendar Jain and Ashish Khetan the senior leader and Sanjay Singh, whose trip Kapil Mishra want to investigated. Kapil Mishra writes, "I have just requested that details of the foreign travel in the last two years of 5 people be made public... This will clear all things... I don't want a big thing, this is just a small thing."
Kapil Mishra says that he will survive on water till the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal makes the details in public. ‘Some people say that all allegations about money laundering and donations will be settled if these details are revealed...You have said the party doesn't have money to fight elections...Show where all the money for foreign trips comes from and prove me wrong," Kapil Mishra said, asserting that once the details are revealed, "The Chief Minister will be forced to resign.’
Kapil Mishra also alleged that he received a phone call from abroad threatening to ‘shoot me.’
Kapil Mishra, yesterday went to the CBI with a large yellow envelopes that contained a proof of his allegations against AAP party and Arvind Kejriwal. Kapil Mishra said that the envelopes contained his statements, but he did not clarified that whether all he had to show for his charges, among them that he witnessed Arvind Kejriwal being handed over Rs 2 crore in Bribe Money by Satyendar Jain.
Kapil Mishra also alleged that "Satyendar Jain benefited close relatives of Mr Kejriwal in illegal land deals."Kapil Mishra’s allegation will be verify and examine by CBI
Aam Aadmi Party rubbished what it called the "wild and baseless allegations" of Kapil Mishra, who also said today that an attempt to portray him as a "BJP agent" will not wash. "Why are you calling me that now, why not earlier," he said.
The former minister, who remains a legislator was present in the Delhi assembly yesterday when AAP staged a live demo of hacking a machine that it said was a "replica" of the electronic voting machines or EVMs used by the Election Commission.
Kapil Mishra said AAP's attempt to prove that EVMs can be rigged was a "diversionary tactic" to draw away attention from his allegations.