Kapil Mishra Alleges AAP Overseas Secretary Khalid Hussain Fomenting Trouble In India

2:35 pm 14 Sep, 2017


The former minister of Delhi, Kapil Mishra’s aversion to Arvind Kejriwal and other Aam Adami Party (AAP) leaders is not a secret anymore. After being allegedly beaten up by fellow AAP MLAs right inside the Delhi Assembly following his attempt at raising slogans against Arvind Kejriwal and health minister Satyendra Jain, Kapil Mishra is once again in news for coming out publicly against the Aam Aadmi Party.

Kapil Mishra NDTV

Technically still a member of Aam Aadmi Party, Kapil Mishra has been turned into an outcast by his own party members for harboring opinions and views that differ from the partyline.

Last time, he exposed Kejriwal over accepting a sum of Rs 2 crore from the health minister. Mishra announced it publicly and demanded an answer. This time, the ex-minister took to social media, targetting Khalid Hussain, the overseas secretary of AAP stationed in Qatar.

The screenshot of Hussain’s Twitter profile shared by Mishra. Twitter

A couple of months ago in June, Hussain had brought out a video where a few rogues in saffron were seen demolishing an under-construction mosque in Delhi, while chanting the slogan Jai Shri Ram. The episode allegedly took place in Ambe Enclave, Sonia Vihar, Delhi – 94. However, Mishra called out this incident as false footage, made to hit out at the central government.

Screenshot of the footage shared by Hussain Twitter

To back his stance, Mishra also took screenshot of Hussain’s another post where he is extending his support to the Rohingya Muslims. Hussain in the tweet also warns the central government about behaving itself, lest they want a Myanmar like outrage. Further, Hussain also warned the government to face dire Kashmir-like consequences if they don’t mend their ways. Thanks to Mishra, such derogatory comments from the AAP foreign team secretary have got highlighted.

Hussain’s tweet against the ruling BJP party Twitter

Interestingly, after being removed from his position as the water resource minister, Kapil Mishra had promised to furnish more such “exposes” on the dirty politics being played out by AAP.

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