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Kapil Mishra says he will approach CBI and CBDT against Arvind Kejriwal
Former AAP MLA Kapil Mishra has said that he will approach the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) to submit evidences of corruption against Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal.

Mishra, who has been on a hunger-strike, claimed to end his strike as the doctors would not discharge him unless he starts taking liquids.

"Doctors won't discharge until i start taking liquids. I hv to go to CBI and CBDT. starting on liquids now," Mishra wrote on Twitter.

In an earlier press conference, Mishra asked Kejriwal to "have some shame".

He had also threatened Kejriwal that in case he didn't resign by yesterday evening, he would drag him from his office to Tihar Jail.

In the press conference, Mishra also showed a blank cheque and claimed that the cheque had been encashed despite being without a date. However, it is unclear how the cheque ended up with Mishra in case it had already been encashed.

The AAP has termed the whole Kapil Mishra episode as a conspiracy played by the BJP to malign the image of AAP and its leader Arvind Kejriwal.

AAP has been seeing turbulence within the party with members like Mishra and Kumar Vishwas rising against the party. While some see it as a conspiracy being played by the BJP, some see it as a rebellion against the wrongs within the AAP. 

But surprisingly, both Vishwas and Mishra had received personal support of Arvind Kejriwal at the time of party formation despite reservations against them by senior members of the party.

Perhaps it's time for Kejriwal to smell the coffee!

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