In a new revelation, media has accessed documents which show that at least four companies had donated Rs 50 Lakh each on a single day to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Shiv Charan Goel.
The party, however, did not disclose the donation details to the Election Commission about the funding.
Notably, AAP is already facing a probe in disclosed funding case after the sacked Delhi Water Minister, Kapil Mishra, alleged party leader and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of corruption charges.
Mishra, in a press conference, on Sunday, May 14, also alleged that the ruling party of Delhi is involved in taking donations from various sources. He disclosed a slew of documents showing how senior AAP leaders and Arvind Kejriwal knew about a major donation scam involving “crores of rupees”.
Minutes after making the disclosure, Mishra fainted and was taken to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital right away.
The minister had earlier promised that he would release another set of documents, which will clear the air hiding the corruption in the layers of the AAP. Not one, not two, but the minister disclosed a series “explosive” documents that show the number of fake ploys adopted by the party to launder money.
He alleged that the Aam Aadmi Party’s Election Commission declaration was fudged. “Have papers to prove multiple scams,” he said.