Tahlka News Bureau
New Delhi: After suspended from the AAP party, former Delhi Water minister Kapil Mishra have challenged AAP party chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind kejriwal to an electoral battle, Kapil Mishra says sorry for filing FIR against him as he was his mentor for 15 years.
While addressing an press conference on Tuesday kapil Mishara said,"I am going to file the FIR with the CBI today because I have learnt to fight against corruption from you. I say this with a heavy heart but it is impossible for me to stay quiet."
"I am writing this open letter to Arvind Kejriwal.Kejriwal ji, you know the deals that I am not talking about. I know everything that is happening, I will tell the CBI everything," Mishra said.
Open Letter to Arvind Kejriwal Ji ... will he respond pic.twitter.com/QfqGP5Hc7D— Kapil Mishra (@KapilMishraAAP) May 9, 2017
"This is one of the biggest fights of my life against my own mentor," he added.
Bless me, filing FIR against you'.
Mishra said "You are trying to remove me from the assembly, I challenge you to contest the elections against me, from any seat. Let's fight the election from my Karawal Nagar seat or even your New Delhi seat. If you believe that people are with you, then I am ready to resign,"
Mishra also said that Kejriwal would try to defend hid position and get his ministers to trumpet his tune of innoncence but that will not help you this time any more.
In the letter kapil tells Arvind kejriwal that he is going to lodge FIR against AAP chief today.
Everything will come out in the probe. I have proof that even Kejriwal doesn't know about. ACB will look into the tanker scam.
I will sit on a hunger strike tomorrow if AAP leaders do not disclose the source of funding of their foreign trips.
The Rs 400 crore tanker scam relates to alleged irregularities in the hiring of private tankers to supply water.
On Monday, Kapil Mishra, at a press conference had alleged that Satyendar Jain settled a Rs 50 crore land deal, a seven-acre farm house deal and Public Works Department's (PWD) fake bill of Rs10 crore for Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's brother-in-law.