New Delhi, Jan 9: Former Delhi Minister Kapil Mishra on Tuesday renewed his attack on Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leadership questioning the background of Sanjay Singh, Arvind Kejriwal’s trusted aide.Also Read - Delhi Nursery Admissions 2022: Registration Begins From Dec 15, First Selection List To Be Out on Feb 4, Full Schedule Here

Mishra, who was sacked by Kejriwal last year after he alleged that the Delhi CM was involved in corruption, tweeted photos of two passports of Sanjay Singh with different signatures. Mishra also questioned why Sanjay Singh’s passport was valid only for a period of one year. The AAP recently nominated Sanjay Singh to Rajya Sabha along with Sushil Gupta and ND Gupta. Also Read - Delhi Covid Big Update: Govt Likely To Make First Covid Vaccine Dose Mandatory For Entry To Public Places

“One year validity passports – issued to criminals or individuals under doubt. Generally it’s ten year validity for normal Indian citizens. Different signatures, 2016-17 missing,” Mishra said in a series of tweets. Also Read - Delhi Schools Closed Once Again Due To Pollution Till Further Notice

Mishra had earlier alleged that last yer’s Russia tour of AAP leaders Sanjay Singh and Ashutosh was funded by businessman Sheetal Prasad Singh, a person related to a company which is facing probe in a Rs 400 crore scam. He alleged that Singh was linked to several companies involved in the scam relating to high security number plates, and the Anti-Corruption Branch was probing the issue. (Also Read: AAP Rebel Kapil Mishra Releases Video Song Targeting Delhi CM Kejriwal)

Mishra, who is MLA from Karawal Nagar constituency, was suspended from the Aam Aadmi Party after he raised corruption allegations against Kejriwal and minister Satyender Jain. He had claimed that the Delhi chief minister and AAP received money through hawala network.

Mishra also rejected a Delhi businessman’s claims that he had donated Rs 2 crore to the AAP. Mukesh Sharma, a property dealer and tobacco trader, had claimed he donated the money through a demand draft on March 31, 2014.