Looks like, sacked Aam Aadmi Party leader Kapil Mishra is watching Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's every step.
Taking a dig at Kejriwal in a Facebook post, Delhi's former water minister observed that while the Chief Minister hardly has time to go to office, he went to watch the newly released film, Sarkar 3.
"Even as friends and relatives' houses are being raided, even as more and more cases of corruption are coming to light, the CM who's completely cut off from his public leaves house after these many days to watch Sarkar 3. That's right Sarkar 3. Now what will you say," Mishra's Facebook post read.
Mishra claimed in his post that Kejriwal went to office just two times last year.
"In the entire country, he (Kejriwal) is the chief minister who meets the public the least, the one who goes to the office the least, the one who has no portfolio, the one who works the least, the one who takes the most days off...and soon he will be the CM in the country with the most corruption cases against him.
Over the last few days, Mishra has levelled several charges of corruption against Kejriwal and other AAP leaders. In a press conference, he claimed that the Delhi CM had accepted a ₹2-crore bribe.
Mishra also went on an hunger strike demanding that Kejriwal reveal who funded the foreign trips of five AAP leaders in the last two years.
AAP has denied all the allegations and labelled Mishra's antics as a BJP conspiracy.
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