Kejriwal gets fund from Hawala operators: Kapil Mishra


New Delhi, May 19, 2017: Sacked Delhi Minister Kapil Mishra on Friday claimed that Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) received funds in the form of hawala money from shell companies and added that he has evidence to back his claims.

Addressing a press conference, Mishra said Delhi businessman who claimed he had donated Rs 2 crore to AAP is a patsy. He further showed letterheads from four companies and said they were a forgery made at home.

Mishra further added that Kumar’s signature is missing from two of the four letterheads and pointed out that Kumar was made CEO of the company this year, days before MCD elections, but the donations were made under his name in 2014.

AAP gets fund from Hawala operators…They are avoiding my questions…The video which was tweeted by Kejriwal on twitter on Thursday was fake, he said.

Mishra also said that I-T department questioned AAP over Rs 2 crore, but the party claimed they do not know who made the donations. He further “challenged” Kejriwal to tell I-T department that he received donations from Mukesh Kumar. IT dept still does not know the source of Rs 2 crore, Mishra said.

The sacked minister also said that Kumar’s company is itself a bank and VAT defaulter, and asked how he can donate Rs 2 crore to AAP.

Earlier,  Mishra in a series of tweets said that he would reveal Kejriwal’s “biggest lie” on Friday: 

Mishra, who was suspended from the party for levelling serious corruption allegations against Kejriwal and other AAP leaders, said that:

Mishra also requested all party members, who consider AAP as a “clean party,” to watch his expose on Friday.

As the AAP leadership, including chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, promoted a report related to the individual on social media, Mishra claimed he would ‘expose’ the man and links of AAP’s funding with hawala operators on Friday.

The AAP Volunteer Action Manch (AVAM), a breakaway faction of AAP, had in February 2015 alleged that the four donors — Sky line Metal & Alloy Pvt LTD, Sunvision agencies Pvt LTD, Infolense software solutions LTD, Goldmine & buildcon Pvt LTD — were shell companies. It accused the AAP of accepting illegal money.

Wefornews Bureau

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