Kejriwal barely goes to CM office, but went to see ‘Sarkar 3’: Mishra
New Delhi, May 17: Stepping up his attack on AAP’s national convenor, sacked Delhi minister Kapil Mishra on Wednesday alleged that Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has been to the office just two times in the last year.
“Even as friends and relatives’ houses are being raided, even as more and more corruption is coming to light, the CM who’s completely cut off from his public leaves his house after many days to see (the film) Sarkar 3. That’s right, Sarkar 3,” said Mishra today in a Facebook post.
“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 the CM in the country with the most corruption cases against him,” Mishra wrote.
He also took a dig at his one-time mentor for keeping mum on the corruption allegations against the AAP leaders.
“These days Kejriwal is telling his party leaders that don’t be afraid of the public, it forgets everything in 15 days,” the former AAP leader wrote in his blog.
He accused the AAP chief of looting Delhiites money and breaking the trust of people who supported him.
He also alleged massive corruption in the ambitous AAP governmnet’s ambitious ‘Mohalla Clinic’ programme.