- Mr Mishra was grabbed, restrained by group of lawmakers, marshals
- The sacked minister was demanding a chance to speak in the house
- He has been accusing Arvind Kejriwal of corruption
In visuals from the assembly, Mr Mishra was seen struggling as he was grabbed and restrained by a group of lawmakers and marshals. One lawmaker even had him in what appeared to be a stranglehold. He was finally dragged out by marshals.
Claiming that he was kicked and punched in the chest by "five or seven" AAP legislators, Mr Mishra said "the cameras were switched off at that time".
The incident took place after Kapil Mishra incessantly demanded a chance to speak in the house. Speaker Ram Niwas Goel was seen ordering Mr Mishra to leave the house, and when the scuffle broke out, he directed marshals to escort him out. "No maar-peet (beating) is happening here," Mr Goel said repeatedly.
Outside, Mr Mishra claimed he had been injured in one arm and alleged, "This is the first time that a legislator has been assaulted by legislators inside the assembly."
He says he had urged the Speaker to let him speak on the subject in the house and had also called for a special assembly sitting at the Ram Lila grounds, a popular rally site in the heart of Delhi.
"I had written a letter to the Speaker on Mr Kejriwal's corruption and had asked to be allowed to speak. ...but I was attacked," Mr Mishra said.
The BJP said the incident exposed AAP as a frustrated group. "This is how they deal with people who try to raise their voice," said the party's Shahnawaz Hussain.