Sources inside the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) have revealed that the evidence provided by Kapil Mishra against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal are useless and cannot be treated as evidence in court. It may be recalled that Kapil Mishra had submitted documents to the ACB, which was supposed to act as evidence against Kejriwal to prove his involvement in the alleged bribery case. However, it has been revealed by a senior ACB official that Mishra just submitted a draft letter that he himself prepared related to the tanker scam. The documents he submitted were the same that he had submitted earlier. There was nothing in the new set of documents submitted by Mishra that could be used as strong evidence against Kejriwal, the official said.
Meanwhile, Mishra has escalated the matter and has submitted his complaint against Kejriwal and other AAP leaders to the CBI. After meeting CBI officials, Mishra said that he has filed three complaints with the CBI. One of these relates to the Rs 50 crore land deal of Arvind Kejriwal’s relative; the second relates to Rs 2 crore cash given to Kejriwal by Satyendra Jain; and the third relates to the misuse of funds by AAP leaders for foreign trips.