"Delhi government gave the largest allocation in budget to health and now the government doesn't even have basic medicines for people", Mishra said in a presser here. "The government bought medicines worth crores six months in advance, even when hospitals said they didn't need them". Medicines costing this amount have already been purchased but not made it to the hospitals' pharmacies.
Mr Mishra said that the 100 ambulance bought by the government for Rs 23 lakh each, were supposed to be fireproof, but four of them caught fire within the first few days of running. "Junior officers were given senior posts and he ordered over 30 illegal postings", Mishra claimed.
The complainant claimed that the AAP leaders had wrongly accused him in media of assaulting Mishra on 10 May while the person apprehended at the spot for the alleged offence belonged to their own party.
In the meeting, the report will be presented and discussed, Kalsaria said, adding, the discussions will take into account current political situation in the state and party's strategy for the elections.
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"The first issue raised by me is with regard to the exchange of Rs two crore in cash which was given by Satyendar Jain to Arvind Kejriwal in my presence", the statement reads. He also added that there are inconsistencies and corruption in the donations made to the party that he has informed Central Bureau of Investigation about.
He had also questioned the money spent on foreign trips of certain AAP leaders.
May 07: Mishra revealed that he was witness to Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain offering a Rs 2 crore bribe to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
On May 6: Mishra alleged he was removed from the position of Delhi Water Minister because he was going to submit the names of those people involved in the tanker scam to the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB).