Rebel AAP leader Kapil Mishra has alleged that chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has less than 10 per cent attendance in the Assembly. He said he will file an appeal in the court to direct Mr Kejriwal to attend the session.
“On Monday, I will file a case in the court appealing that the CM should be directed to attend the Assembly or his salary should be deducted. He is the first CM who is so scared of coming to the Assembly,” he said.
A special session of the Assembly was called to discuss full statehood for Delhi. However, the chief minister has not attended the session.