Delhi: A day after Kapil Mishra blamed Arvind Kejriwal for taking Rs two crore from his Cabinet partner, the sacked Delhi serve asserted on Monday that he was told by Satyendar Jain that he was 'settling a Rs 50 crore arrive bargain' for Delhi Chief Minister's brother by marriage in Chhattarpur zone.
Additionally, Mishra charged Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) pioneer Sanjay Singh was included in campaigning for abroad financing of the gathering.
"Satyendar Jain (Delhi Health Minister) himself revealed to me that he dealt with a Rs 50 crore arrive bargain in Chhattarpur (south Delhi) for Kejriwal's brother by marriage. The arrangement was finished for the Bansal family," he stated, tending to a public interview.
"Being a PWD serve, he additionally fudged charges up to Rs 10 crore in the division to profit Kejriwal's relative," Mishra told columnists.
Hitting back at Singh who blamed him for being 'deliver glove' with the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Mishra said "Saying I am conniving with BJP is outlandish. Everybody knows I have been the most vocal faultfinder of BJP and Modi ji in AAP. I could never join the BJP. I'm battling against debasement."
Singh had asked him before in the day to uncover points of interest of the land bargains which Mishra had discussed on Sunday.
He tested AAP pioneers to arrange him out of the gathering. "I won't leave AAP. On the off chance that choices are made behind the shut entryways then I won't acknowledge them. Who will remain in gathering and who won't will be chosen by the general population."
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