New Delhi: Former Delhi minister Kapil Mishra has done another 'big expose' on Arvind Kejriwal and AAP leaders on foreign trips and other scams.
Here are the updates:-
- Sacked Delhi Water Minister Kapil Mishra, who fainted during a press conference at his official residence on Sunday morning, is stable, said hospital authorities.
- A duty doctor at the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital said Mishra was transferred to the recovery room of the emergency department where he was being monitored.
- "He (Mishra) was brought to the recovery room five minutes after he was admitted to the emergency department. His condition is stable. We are monitoring him," the duty doctor said.
- Mishra, who has been on hunger strike since Wednesday, fainted while making a presentation on the irregularities in the financial transactions of the Aam Aadmi Party.
- AAP leader Sanjay Singh rejects all allegations levelled by Kapil Mishra
- Kapil Mishra rushed to hospital
- Kapil Mishra falls unconscious immediately after his press conference on revelations on AAP 's finances, on 5th day of hunger strike
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- Kapil Mishra faints while addressing press conference
- Sacked AAP minister Kapil Mishra shows a presentation, claims false info given to EC regarding AAP accounts; further alleges black money converted to white
- Arvind Kejriwal and AAP are engaged in hawala transactions and black money
- Kapil Mishra concealed information to Election Commission on AAP donations
- Kapil Mishra presents 'documents as proof'
- AAP received donations from shell firms
- Rs 45 crore were deposited but AAP showed just Rs 19 crore on AAP's website
- Arvind Kejriwal gave wrong information to Election Commission about donations to AAP
- Kapil Mishra is doing press conference and he says he will do another 'big expose' on Arvind Kejriwal and AAP leaders on foreign trips and other scams