A large number of policemen were posted outside Mr Kejriwal's home and a barricade was put up.
The Chief Minister reportedly sent word inviting his former minister to come and meet him alone. But Mr Mishra refused and taunted his mentor: "I only have 15-20 people with me. Why are you afraid? Only chor (thieves) can't look you in the eyes."
Mr Mishra, who has participated in many sit-ins and protests with Mr Kejriwal in the past, shouted slogans, waving what he called documents to "prove" corruption by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief. A singing troupe that he had apparently brought along sat on the road and started a performance.
Mr Mishra said he wanted to ask Mr Kejriwal "why he is not sacking health minister Satyendar Jain".
The suspended AAP leader has alleged that Mr Kejriwal was given Rs 2 crore cash by Mr Jain and, over the past few weeks, added on more corruption allegations.
Last month, when Mr Mishra tried to raise corruption allegations in the AAP-dominated Delhi Assembly, he was manhandled by lawmakers and dragged out of the house by marshals.