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Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal's wife Sunita engage in a war of words with Kapil Mishra

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 15 May 2017, 15:01 IST

Arvind Kejriwal's wife Sunita on 15 May slammed sacked Aam Aadmi Party minister Kapil Mishra and said that the allegations of corruption put on Delhi chief minister are false.

Sunita Kejriwal‏ engaged in a war of words on Twitter and tweeted that, "(Kapil Mishra) used to call me elder sister. When did you come to house on May 5? I did not get to know or else would have offered you a cup of tea as always."

In her second tweet, Sunita Kejriwal said that seeds of betrayal and false allegations have been sown and the sacked minister will reap the consequences.

Responding to Sunita's Tweet, Mishra alleged that she is not even aware of what has been happening in her own house. However, he refused to say anything against her.


On 14 May, suspended AAP leader had fainted at a media conference but not before he had accused CM Kejriwal and his party "massive" financial irregularities.

Mishra demanded Kejriwals resignation and said if he didnt step down, the former water minister would "drag" the chief minister by his "collar" and "lock him up" in Delhis Tihar Jail.

"It has now become clear that Arvind Kejriwal is a corrupt man," Mishra said before he swooned, apparently weakened by five days of fasting in protest against AAPs refusal to disclose details of five party leaders travels abroad.

Mishra told the media at his residence that AAP had received "crores of rupees" from "shell companies" run by people close to Kejriwal, mentioning in particular AAP legislators Shiv Charan Goel and Naresh Yadav.

These shell companies, Mishra alleged, also had "ghost" directors who donated money to the party and converted "black money into white".

He said there were also discrepancies in the money received by AAP and the amount it declared before the Election Commission.
The party refuted Mishras charges and said he was "parroting" the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Mishra fainted before he could share with the media documents he said proved his charges. He was taken to the Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) Hospital, where doctors said he was stable and conscious, but suffered from a little weakness and mild dehydration.

- - With PTI inputs

First published: 15 May 2017, 14:40 IST