Kapil Mishra has charged Arvind Kejriwal and other AAP ministers with receiving funds through hawala companies and money laundering activities.
Kejriwal claims to have “irrefutable evidence” that the BJP attempted to effect a leadership change within the AAP and take over the Delhi government.
Mishra wants the party to make the foreign travel records of five senior leaders public, alleging that these records would reveal a lot about corruption within AAP.
Various AAP leaders as well as the chief minister’s wife lashed out at Mishra for dragging Surender Kumar Bansal, who passed away on Sunday, into the controversy.
“I saw Satyendra Jain giving Rs 2 crore in cash to Arvind Kejriwal with my own eyes. I asked him what it was and Kejriwal said there are some things that happen in politics.”
On the day of his removal as Delhi government water minister, Mishra said he had demanded that action be taken on the Delhi Jal Board tanker scam.
The charge was refuted and dubbed as a ploy to defame the civic bodies that are controlled by the BJP.
High levels of ammonia released by industrial plants in Panipat, Haryana, are contaminating Delhi’s rivers and consequently its water supply.
Local residents have been campaigning for over a year to revive Delhi’s Naini Lake. The AAP and BJP have finally signed a deal to restore the lake.
New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal on Tuesday began day-to-day hearings into a petition filed by environmentalist Manoj Misra of Yamuna Jiye Abhiyan to establish if the mega Art of Living celebration on the banks of the Yamuna’s from March 11 to 13 would cause damage to the its ecology. […]
New Delhi: The controversial three-day ‘World Culture Festival’ being organised by the Art of Living Foundation of godman Sri Sri Ravi Shankar on the banks of the Yamuna from March 11 is aimed at “Making Life a Celebration”, but for many farmers who own or till land at […]