AAP's Maliwal accuses CM House of attack, no complaint yet: Delhi Police | Delhi News


Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MP Swati Maliwal called the police control room on Monday morning, alleging an attack on the chief minister's residence in Civil Lines, Delhi Police said.

Maliwal, who was nominated to the Rajya Sabha in January, has yet to file an official complaint.

DCP (North) Manoj Meena said, “Swati Maliwal called the PCR at 9.34 am that she had been attacked at the CM's residence. She came to Civil Lines police station and left without filing a complaint. She said she would file a complaint later.

Maliwal could not be contacted despite repeated attempts.

Meanwhile, the National Commission for Women has written to Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora, seeking a report on the detailed action taken in the matter within three days.

“The Commission has taken serious note of the allegations leveled against Shri Arvind Kejriwal's KPS by Ms. Swati Maliwal and has condemned the reported incident in the strongest possible terms. Therefore, considering the seriousness of the matter, you may f The aforementioned provisions of IPC 1860 in IR need to be invoked if the allegations leveled are found to be true,” the letter said, referring to the IPC sections dealing with use of criminal force, modesty of a woman, insulting the dignity of a woman by using words or gestures, and voluntarily causing hurt;

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“The accused should be arrested as soon as possible and a detailed action report should be conveyed to the commission within three days,” he said.

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Police records show that two daily diary entries were made regarding the PCR call. The first says that the caller (Maliwal) named two people in connection with the attack. The second entry reads: “According to the information after correction. The lady caller is saying that I have just come to CM's house and my PA Bibhu Kumar has beaten me badly. (A lady caller says that she has come to the CM's residence. She has taken her PA Bibhu Kumar to attack me).

According to AAP sources, Maliwal went to the chief minister's residence to meet Kejriwal around 9 am. “He was asked to wait. After some time, he and Bibhav got into an argument and he called the PCR,” said a party leader.

AAP is yet to officially respond to queries related to the incident.

Maliwal was among the Rajya Sabha MPs whose absence from the city was questioned when Kejriwal was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate on March 21. In response, he said that he is in America with his sister who is undergoing treatment. After his return, he participated in the election campaign in a couple of constituencies.

His absence from the AAP stage on Saturday, when Kejriwal made his first public address after being released on interim bail, was also noticed by several leaders.

“While the other Rajya Sabha MPs from Delhi, Sanjay Singh and ND Gupta, were on stage, she was not… She has known the Chief Minister and his entourage for nearly two decades. It seems that her There was an altercation with one of his staff members when he was asked to wait to meet the CM on Monday,'' said a party insider.

Maliwal is also yet to be named by his party as its star campaigner in any state, even Rajya Sabha member from Punjab Raghav Chadha has been included in the lists even though he has been in the eye for almost two months. are in London for surgery.

Sources said Maliwal had approached senior party leaders and expressed his frustration over the past few days.

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