New Delhi, May 10 Sacked Delhi minister Kapil Mishra today started an indefinite hunger strike, demanding that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) divulge details of foreign tours undertaken by five leaders of the party which, in turn, accused him of following a script penned by the BJP.
The attacker, who has been identified as Ankit Bhardwaj, allegedly ran over to Mr. Mishra and hit him on his neck before he was pulled aside by Mishra's supporters.
In his complaint, Mishra had said that the man had arrived around 30 minutes before the incident happened.
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On the resignation of Gurpreet Singh Waraich from AAP, Mishra claimed that he had urged him to take back his resignation. "My aides caught hold of him and the police came and whisked him away", Mishra said.
AAP leader Sanjay Singh also said Bhardwaj's social media profile and posts showed that he was a BJP supporter. "Government officials are sending information to me", Mishra claimed.
The BJYM has denied any link with Mr Bharadwaj.
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A case has been registered for voluntarily causing hurt and criminal intimidation and police are trying to find out more details about Bhardwaj.
Mishra had earlier alleged that he has been getting threat calls and launched a hunger strike on Wednesday morning. On the second day of his protest at his residence at Civil Lines, Mishra mocked the "silence of Kejriwal" at his allegations.
The Anti-Corruption Branch ton Thursday recorded the statement of sacked Delhi minister Kapil Mishra over his allegations that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had influenced the probe into a Rs 400 crore tanker scam.
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Mishra has asked AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal to tell where party leaders - Sanjay Singh, Ashish Khetan, Satyendar Jain, Raghav Chadha and Durgesh Pathak - got the money from to fund their various foreign trips. "I will continue to sit on hunger strike till details of worldwide travel expenses of five AAP leaders are shared", he had said.
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