AAP rebel ends hunger strike, discharged from hospital

New Delhi: Suspended Delhi Minister Kapil Mishra on May 15 ended his six-day hunger strike on Monday demanding details of foreign trips of five AAP leaders and declared that he would approach CBI and CBDT with complaints of money laundering against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
Mishra, who was admitted to a Center-run hospital on Sunday after he fainted at a press conference, announced that he was ending his hunger strike as doctors had refused to discharge him till he starts taking liquids. “Doctors won’t discharge until I start taking liquids. I have to go to CBI and CBDT. Starting liquids now,” he said on Twitter. He was discharged from the hospital soon after.
Earlier, Mishra, who had accused Kejriwal of accepting Rs 2 crore in cash from a ministerial colleague, also entered into a Twitter scrap with the Chief Minister’s wife Sunita saying she was unaware of the vicious plans hatched in her house. Sunita had slammed Mishra and said that he would face the consequences of the false allegations he had made. “Law of nature never errs, seeds of betrayal, false allegations sown, so shall he (Kapil Mishra) reap. Inevitable,” Sunita Kejriwal, a former income tax commissioner, said on Twitter.
Respoding to Sunita’s attack, Mishra said he would not say a word against her. “Sunita Kejriwal is unaware of the truth. She is worried about her husband’s downfall,” he said. Mishra also accused the Chief Minister of using his wife’s twitter handle to get back at him. “Sir, please return her (Sunita Kejriwal’s) phone now,” Mishra said.
“Sunita Kejriwal is a very loyal wife, she would not say anything against her husband. She has no idea what vicious plans are being made in her own house,” said the former minister.

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