Arvind Kejriwal received hawala money, alleges Kapil Mishra

Posted on 19 May 2017 by GGS News

New Delhi : Sacked Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) minister Kapil Mishra on Friday alleged that the party received money through ‘hawala network’.

In his third round of allegations against Arvind Kejriwal, Mishra in a press conference, showed a power-point presentation as ‘evidence’ to back his claims that the party received funds from shell companies.“Arvind Kejriwal is keeping quiet despite me providing clinching evidence of his corrupt practices. I have also presented evidence on the Hawala case last Sunday. It has been one week, but no one from the AAP has come up with any clarification. It is evident from this presentation how the AAP forged letter heads to shell companies, which were fake,” he said.

Mishra also challenged Kejriwal to inform the Income Tax Department that the donation amount received by the AAP was from Mukesh Kumar.

“I will prove two things. The Aam Aadmi Party gets fund from Hawala operators…They are avoiding my questions. The video, which was tweeted by Kejriwal on Twitter on Thursday, was fake. The Letterhead of companies, who gave donation to the Aam Aadmi Party are forged. I challenge Arvind Kejriwal to tell the Income Tax Department that the donation was received from Mukesh Kumar. Mukesh Kumar’s company is a bank defaulter. How can he donate Rs 2 crore to Aam Aadmi Party?” Kapil said.

Rubbishing the claims made by Mukesh Kumar of having donated Rs 2 crore to the AAP, Mishra said it was all plotted by Kejriwal to conceal the identity of Hem Prakash Sharma, who is director in several companies.

“Mukesh Kumar’s company is also VAT defaulter. Instead of paying VAT to the Delhi government, the company donated money to party. The Delhi government had issued a notice to SKN associates, which later donated money to the Aam Aadmi Party,” he said.

“Why doesn’t the Chief Minister give an answer? Kejriwal will have to leave the country the day party leaders’ foreign trips come to light,” he continued in a strained vein.

Meanwhile, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain has filed a defamation case against Mishra and MLA Manjinder Sirsa.

Mishra accused Kejriwal of corruption, claiming that he witnessed Jain handing over Rs 2 crore to the Chief Minister.

On Thursday, an east Delhi resident had claimed that he owned the four companies that had donated Rs 50 lakh each to the party in April 2014.


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