Kapil Mishra removed from Delhi Cabinet, replaced by Kailash Gahlot
Kapil Mishra, former tourism and water minister in Delhi cabinet, has been removed from his post on Saturday. Kapil Mishra has been replaced by Kailash Gahlot. Apart from Gahlot, Rajendra Pal Gautam has also been inducted in Arvind Kejriwal's cabinet.
Delhi deputy CM Manish Sisodia said that the water management was not up to the mark and CM Kejriwal decided to bring Gahlot in Mishra's place. "Water management was not up to the mark. Kapil Mishra made a lot of effort. CM decided to bring in Kailash Gahlot in his place," news agency ANI quoted Sisodia as saying.
"Total two have been included in the Cabinet now. Kailash Gahlot and Rajendra Gautam for a post which was vacant," Sisodia added.
Meanwhile, Mishra took to Twitter on Saturday and claimed that he will make a 'massive expose' in tanker scam on Sunday. In a series of tweets, Mishra said that he had informed Arvind Kejriwal about the scam on Saturday morning. "Bhashtachar ke khilaf khuli jung kal subah," the former minister tweeted. (A battle against corruption from tomorrow morning).