Mishra told a press conference that the AAP had got money funnelled through shell companies and wondered how it accepted donations from companies that were slapped notices “for not paying VAT”.
“I will be revealing a big truth at 11 am with evidences,” Kapil Mishra said in a tweet.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia also said it amounted to violation of the Constitution and accused the Centre of “paralysing” the Delhi government.
The remarks in question were made by Jethmalani during his cross examination in a civil defamation suit filed by the Union Minister.
Charges of a high-handed coterie surrounding Arvind Kejriwal like fledgling moths to a burning flame persist, and haven’t been properly rebutted.
Bibhav Kumar had been summoned by the ACB last week
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
Earlier on Monday, Jethmalani posed a total of 42 questions in a two hour questioning session of the Finance Minister
The court termed the petition a gross abuse of the process of law and said it deserves to be dismissed as the petitioner has not given any specific details.
“Law of nature never errs. Seeds of betrayal and false allegations sown, so shall Kapil Mishra reap. Inevitable,” Sunita tweeted on Monday from a handle that is followed by Kejriwal and senior AAP leaders.
Directing a barrage of questions to Jaitley before Joint Registrar (judicial) Rupali Sharma, Jethmalani asked the minister how he had estimated the damages at Rs 10 crore.
Kapil Mishra had said last week that he would like to reveal more details about the alleged scam.
Mishra threatened to “drag Kejriwal out of his chair”, claimed he had “papers to prove multiple scams”, and also promised to take questions on them — before fainting.
Branding Kejriwal as “Mr Corrupt”, the BJP demanded his resignation.
“There are no shell companies and I have no connection with Kapil Mishra. I have not even seen Arvind Kejriwal in person.”