Mishra said that according to Kejriwal, Sheila Dikshit and even Dawood Ibrahim were innocent since they were not in jail
Arvind Kejriwal said that Kapil Mishra’s allegations against him did not merit a response and that even his opponents refused to believe them
A meeting was conducted by EC last week with representatives of 55 political parties to discuss the on-going debate over reliability of the voting machines
At the all-party meeting, several parties raised the issue of tampering of the EVMs and some like the Trinamool Congress, RJD and BSP even suggested going back to paper ballots.
“I will be revealing a big truth at 11 am with evidences,” Kapil Mishra said in a tweet.
On Sunday, Mishra had alleged “massive irregularities” in the funding of the AAP and raised questions about the donation of Rs 2 crore
Charges of a high-handed coterie surrounding Arvind Kejriwal like fledgling moths to a burning flame persist, and haven’t been properly rebutted.
In a Facebook post, the suspended AAP leader accused Kejriwal of “criminal silence” and that across the country he is the chief minister who meets people the least
Kapil Mishra was recently sacked from AAP for raising allegations against Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal.
EVM hackathon: The AAP is set to reach out to other parties on the issue to decide the future course of action.
The EC invited seven national and 48 state parties to the meeting. An open challenge was given to prove allegations of EVM tampering.
It also remarked that these petitioners would not be able to say on affidavit that they were giving all the benefits under the labour law to their workmen.
The Election Commission has called an all party meeting on the raging issue tomorrow at its headquarters.
Kapil Mishra had turned up for the protest — which he termed as “satyagraha” or a “peaceful agitation” — in the morning stating that he would drink only water and nothing else until Arvind Kejriwal responds.
“Free and fair elections, which are intrinsic to our democracy must be ensured,” said the Congress leader.