Mishra, who was suspended from Aam Aadmi Party for hurling allegations against Kejriwal, has accused of discrepancies in the purchase of medicines by Health Department.
The Anti-Corruption Branch of Delhi on Thursday started raids in 3 places in the national capital following Kapil Mishra’s allegations of a medical scam involving Chief Minister Arvind Kejirwal.
Police raided three godowns of pharma companies which were used for storing medicines.
Mishra, who was suspended from Delhi cabinet for hurling accusations against Kejriwal, has alleged discrepancies in the purchase of medicines by Health Department.
Mishra while addressing a press conference earlier had alleged that medicines worth Rs 300 crore were bought on paper but never made to government pharmacies.
Former Water Minister was sacked after his fierce attack against Kejriwal. Mishra had alleged that chief Minister had received Rs 2 crore bribe from fellow minister Satyendra Jain.
On Wednesday, he demanded a discussion in Delhi Assembly on various scams including alleged medicine fraud. Mishra was allegedly manhandled by AAP lawmakers and forced out of Assembly by Marshals.