Kapil Mishra (born 13 November 1980) is an Indian politician from Delhi. and a former MLA represented Karawal Nagar (Delhi Assembly constituency) in the Sixth Legislative Assembly of Delhi. He had won the elections as AAP candidate from Karawal Nagar assembly constituency by a margin of 44,431 votes defeating his rival BJP candidate Mohan Singh Bisht, a four time MLA who lost the 2015 Delhi assembly elections to Mishra. He took his oath in Sanskrit. He was inducted as a Water Resource Minister in Arvind Kejriwal cabinet led AAP government of NCT Delhi, he was removed by Arvind Kejriwal from his ministry over corruption found in his ministry works, later he accused Arvind Kejriwal of corruption along with Satyendra Kumar Jain. Afterward, he sought appointments with the Anti-Corruption Bureau of Delhi to lodge his complaints, regarding 2 crores of bribe money which he alleged had been exchanged, but could not prove it. Later on, the Lokayukta dropped Kejriwal's name from the case. Mishra later alleged more instances of corruption in the AAP government under Arvind Kejriwal. Being a member and MLA of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), he was supporting, sharing stage events for Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and was also campaigning against his own party AAP in 2019 Indian general election. These events and instances of anti-party activities were brought to the notice of the Speaker Ram Niwas Goel of Delhi Legislative Assembly by his former colleague MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj. After due process of proceedings and observations been conducted by the Legislative Speaker under rule of paragraph 2(1)(a) of the tenth schedule of the Indian constitution on grounds of defection and anti-party activities, Mishra was disqualified as an MLA of Delhi. After few days of getting disqualified as an MLA, Kapil Mishra joined BJP in presence of senior BJP leaders of Delhi Manoj Tiwari, Vijay Goel, Vijender Gupta, Satish Upadhyay and others.