Former AAP Minister Kapil Mishra Levy Sensational Charges On Arvind Kejriwal, Alleges Delhi CM Of Seeking Votes From Parents And Teachers In Schools

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In yet another dramatic incident, rebel Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) minister Kapil Mishra has levied sensational charges against Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal alleging that the AAP chief is misusing the government machinery by leading political campaigns in the schools of the national capital.

Written By Shloak Prabhu | Mumbai | Updated On:

In yet another dramatic incident, rebel Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) minister Kapil Mishra has levied sensational charges against Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal alleging that the AAP chief is misusing the government machinery by leading political campaigns in the schools of the national capital.

In a letter to Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Anil Baijal, Kapil Mishra has shared circulars to SMC alleging that the members of school management committee (SMC) were asked to organise a meeting in all Delhi government schools and interact with all the parents and ask them to vote for AAP in the upcoming assembly elections. 

Taking to Twitter, the former AAP leader has also shared the pictures of the circular saying 'it is the order to call parents from June 21 to June 24 and ask to vote for Kejriwal'. He further demanded to put a stop on it, calling it "illegal". 

In the circular, questions have been written asking the parents for who they will vote in the upcoming elections, asking them to vote for Kejriwal.  are only directed towards AAP.

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In another tweet, the rebellious AAP MLA has also said that even teachers have objected this move. Mishra tweeted a screenshot, where a school teacher has alleged that all they have been forcibly called to the school and even inform parents to be present for the meeting. 

"Such dirty politics has never happened in school," he added.

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