The allegations by sacked AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) minister Kapil Mishra against Delhi CM and AAP national convenor Arvind Kejriwal continued even today as Mishra alleged that the Kejriwal is involved in a money laundering scheme and that AAP received money through a ‘hawala network.’ Mishra made the allegation in New Delhi at a press conferencre through a powerpoint presentation to the journalists present.
Kapil Mishra said that Mukesh Sharma, a businessman from New Delhi, who yesterday in a video claimed that he donated Rs 2 crore to AAP because he wanted AAP to come to power is lying. Sharma’s claim came after Mishra, on May 14, alleged that Rs 2 crore, through four cheques of Rs 50 lakh each, was transferred to AAP through shell companies. He had also alleged that AAP leaders concealed donations from public and laundered money using 16 shell companies. Mishra today alleged that this is an elaborate plan to launder and covert black money into white and that Kejriwal is the leader of this scam. Mishra also said that the letter heads of these companies used for making donations were fake.
Kapil Mishra then dared Kejriwal to inform the IT department about the donation made by Sharma adding that Sharma’s company is a bank defaulter and that’s the reason he possibly cannot donate Rs 2 crore to AAP. He also dared the Delhi CM to step down and face investigation saying that he will not rest until Kejriwal goes to jail.