BJP protests outside Delhi Assembly, demands CM's resignation
New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Yuva Morcha workers on Tuesday demonstrated outside the Delhi Assembly demanding Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's resignation over the corruption charges levelled by sacked Minister Kapil Mishra.
The protest was led by BJYM President Sunil Yadav.
Kejriwal should resign immediately as Chief Minister, he has cheated the people of Delhi, said protesters.
The protest comes ahead of the special assembly session convened by the Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday afternoon to discuss the charges of corruption levelled by Kapil Mishra, who was suspended on Monday night.
Mishra visited the CBI along with three sealed envelops that he called "evidences". He has also accused the top AAP leadership of using illegal funds and questioned the foreign tours by AAP leaders.
"I will file three complaints. The first against Arvind Kejriwal for involving in corruption. The second against Satyendar Jain for the illegal land deal, and third against five AAP leaders who misused funds for foreign trips," Mishra told reporters.
"I will sit on a hunger strike if they do not reveal details of their foreign trips," Mishra said.
He alleged that there had been "illegal funding" during the Punjab elections and that tickets were being "sold" by the party during the MCD elections.
"Raghav Chadha, Ashish Khetan, Sanjay Singh, Satyendar Jain and Durgesh Pathak all went on foreign tours, the details of which should be revealed. Sanjay Singh even did some illegal dealings in Russia," Mishra alleged.