New Delhi, June 2: In fresh allegation against the Arvind Kejriwal government, sacked Delhi Minister Kapil Mishra on Friday said fake Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) kits were installed in 10,000 cars. Also Read - ‘Don't Bite Hands That Feed You’: AAP Launches Scathing Attack on Centre, Supports Farmers

Adressing a press conference, Mishra alleged that the government made false claims that Chinese kits were said to be manufactured by a Canada company. Also Read - Tear Gas, Water Cannons: 10 Pictures & Videos to Show How Farmers Who Feed Us Are Being Treated | Watch

While showing document to substantiate, Mishra alleged that Aam Aadmi Party leaders were able to go on foreign trips because of the scam. Also Read - Will Night Curfew be Imposed in Delhi Again? Here’s What Kejriwal Govt Plans

On Thursday, the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) began investigation into Delhi government’s alleged medicine scam raised by Mishra. Searches were carried out at four places after ACB registered preliminary enquiry in the case.

Mishra had on Tuesday sought Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal’s “direct intervention” in the city’s health department over the alleged scam in purchase of medicines by the AAP government. Mishra has been alleging irregularities in purchase of medicines and in payment to suppliers.

Mishra had accused Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Health Minister Satyendar Jain of misappropriating health funds and claimed three health scams, including one involving Rs 300 crore.

The Kejriwal government improperly procured medicines, overpaid for ambulances, and violated rules in transfers and appointments too, Mishra had said.