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मंगलवार, 16 मई 2017

Spreading fake news, trying to divert attention: Kapil Mishra on health concerns

Spreading fake news, trying to divert attention: Kapil Mishra on health concerns
- "Before tomorrow's expose, they are spreading fake news and trying to divert attention. It is a ploy to end my hunger strike," Mishra said in a tweet.
"Doctors gave a fake report. They report directly to health minister Satyendra Jain," he stated in another tweet.
Mishra, who was recently sacked from Delhi cabinet, had started an indefinite hunger strike on Wednesday demanding Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) divulged details of foreign tours undertaken by five of its leaders.
Doctors had yesterday advised hospitalisation to Mishra due to drop in blood sugar level and dehydration. Mishra also asked the Delhi police commissioner to not take actions based on "fake reports"