Delhi Chief Secretary Files Police Report Against Kejriwal and Others

Delhi BJP held a massive protest in front of Kejriwal's residence on February 20, 2018. Photo: Delhi BJP
Delhi BJP held a massive protest in front of Kejriwal’s residence on February 20, 2018. Photo: Delhi BJP

Delhi BJP held a massive protest in front of Kejriwal’s residence saying that all the goons against whom the chief secretary has filed the police complaint must be arrested.

By Rakesh Raman

The chief secretary of Delhi Government Aanshu Prakash has today filed a police complaint against the chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and a slew of his associates including some MLAs.

Aanshu Prakash has alleged in his complaint that these people threatened and assaulted him at Kejriwal’s residence where he was called for a meeting on the midnight of Monday.

He also has alleged that when the assailants were attacking him with blows, Kejriwal and his minister Manish Sisodia (who was also present in the meeting) never tried to stop the attackers.


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It is stated in his complaint that Kejriwal and his friends forced the chief secretary to release TV ads highlighting Kejriwal’s achievements in the past 3 years. When the chief secretary said he will follow the Supreme Court guidelines, the attackers felt offended and started beating him.

On the other hand, Kejriwal’s camp has given a weak defence saying that the chief secretary refused to answer their questions and said he is answerable only to the Lt. Governor (LG) of Delhi Anil Baijal.

In fact, it is true that the chief secretary is answerable to LG who is the administrative head of Delhi. Kejriwal and his ministers are only ordinary workers.

Meanwhile, Delhi BJP held a massive protest in front of Kejriwal’s residence saying that all the goons against whom the chief secretary has filed the police complaint must be arrested, and Kejriwal and Sisodia must resign.

BJP has also claimed that the LG has sent the report of the incident to the Home Minister of India Rajnath Singh.

By Rakesh Raman, who is a national award-winning journalist and social activist. He is the founder of a humanitarian organization RMN Foundation which is working in diverse areas to help the disadvantaged and distressed people in the society.

Photo courtesy: Delhi BJP

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