AAP Medical Scam: AAP hiding from IT dept, says Kapil Mishra

Former AAP minister Kapil Mishra alleged that 26 donations exceeding Rs 10 lakh had been concealed by the AAP from the Income Tax department. 

Published: 12th June 2017 01:23 PM  |   Last Updated: 12th June 2017 01:23 PM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

New Delhi: Former AAP minister Kapil Mishra along with volunteers of India Against Corruption(IAC) NGO on Monday levelled allegations that 26 donations exceeding Rs 10 lakh, had been concealed by the AAP from the concerned authorities like Income Tax department. 

Mishra also questioned the removing of AAP's treasurer Raghav Chaddha from his post as treasurer after the ACB and the CBI have registered FIRs against the Delhi government on the ex minister's complaints. 

"Why is Raghav no longer the treasurer ? He knows he was in trouble so he stepped down. We will announce the name of five spokespersons who will go across tv channels and make people aware of AAP's shenanigans"said Mishra. 

Former Minister also informed that he will again approach the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) with details on alleged fraud in procurement of medicines in Delhi.

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