Delhi: A day after Kapil Mishra accused Arvind Kejriwal of taking Rs two crore from his Cabinet colleague, the sacked Delhi minister claimed on Monday that he was told by Satyendar Jain that he was 'settling a Rs 50 crore land deal' for Delhi Chief Minister's brother-in-law in Chhattarpur area.
He also alleged that during the Punjab polls, there was massive corruption done by AAP in ticket distribution, including supplying of liquor by party members.
Moreover, Mishra alleged Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Sanjay Singh was involved in lobbying for overseas funding of the party.
"Satyendar Jain (Delhi Health Minister) himself told me that he managed a Rs 50 crore land deal in Chhattarpur (south Delhi) for Kejriwal's brother-in-law. The deal was finalised for the Bansal family," he said, addressing a press conference.
"Being a PWD minister, he also fudged bills up to Rs 10 crore in the department to benefit Kejriwal's relative," Mishra told reporters.
Hitting back at Singh who accused him of being 'hand in glove' with the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Mishra said "Saying I am colluding with BJP is baseless. Everyone knows I have been the most vocal critic of BJP and Modi ji in AAP. I would never join the BJP. I'm fighting against corruption."
Singh had asked him earlier in the day to disclose details of the land deals which Mishra had talked about on Sunday.
He challenged AAP leaders to throw him out of the party. "I will not leave AAP. If decisions are made behind the closed doors then I will not accept them. Who will stay in party and who will not will be decided by the people."
"Let files and documents of all ministers be made public, then we shall see who should be suspended," he said.
Slamming the Delhi CM, Mishra said, "This is not the Kejriwal whom we worshipped and with whom we fought corruption. Kejriwal's weakness is his chair. He does not want to leave his chair. I want to ask Kejriwal if he will resign the day when Jain is sent to jail in a corruption case."
He went on to says, "AAP tickets were bought during Delhi MCD polls."
Mishra said he would go to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday morning and give 'proof' of his allegations to the investigating agency and file an FIR in this regard.
He launched an email id - email@example.com - where people can complain of alleged corruption in the AAP across the world.
At the same time, former water minister today submitted documents to the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) to back his allegations that Kejriwal had delayed the probe into a Rs 400 crore tanker scam.
Mishra, whose sacking came days after he had sided with senior party leader Kumar Vishwas who has been at loggerheads with the AAP leadership, had said yesterday, "I saw with my own eyes Jain giving Rs 2 crore in cash to Kejriwal at his residence. When I asked Kejriwal, he said such things happen in politics and it will be revealed later."
Mishra had claimed that he was removed after he put pressure on the party leaders over matters of "corruption" that have been taking rounds for quite some time.
"I want to ask if it was so, why did not Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia (Deputy Chief Minister) say it earlier. If they were fooling people when they were talking about work done by their government in developing water supply in the city," the former Delhi minister had said.
For a long time, talks about different types of 'corruption' involving fundings, Punjab elections and Delhi government have been making rounds, he had further said.
On the other hand, Sisodia had said yesterday that the allegations of corruption levelled by Mishra did not merit a response.
"His allegations do not merit a response. He has been sacked due to poor performance. The allegations are so absurd and there are no facts," he had said.
Meanwhile, today AAP alleged that a big conspiracy was being hatched against it by the BJP through Mishra and said that Kejriwal would not resign over the 'baseless allegations'.
The party asserted that was Mishra was making baseless allegations against Kejriwal 'out of desperation' after being expelled from the Cabinet.
"A game of exploitation is being played against the AAP. The BJP is hatching a conspiracy against the AAP through Mishra," AAP leader Sanjay Singh told reporters earlier today during a press conference.
Hitting out at Mishra over his allegations of corruption against Kejriwal, Singh claimed that Mishra had himself written a letter to the ACB in September last year, saying that the anti-graft body was trying to implicate the CM in the water tanker scam under pressure even when his name was not mentioned in the evidence.
(With Agency inputs)