Delhi Chief Secretary Assault Case: Delhi Cops Reached Kejriwal’s Residence

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Delhi Police cops entered CM Kejriwal’s residence on Friday morning in search of evidence related to the Delhi Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash assault case.

A team of around 60 cops of Delhi Police reached Arvind Kejriwal’s official residence on Friday in search of the evidence against AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan and other members Prakash Jarwal.

According to a senior police official, police reached the CM house to check out the CCTV footage as the police was not getting the support from PWD as the PWD officers said no to provide the CCTV footage to the police.

According to the sources, the decision regarding entering the Kejriwal’s residence was taken after conducting several meetings.

Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash filed a complaint to the police on Tuesday that he was allegedly assaulted by the AAP MLAs during a meeting at the CM residence on Monday night after which the Delhi Police registered the FIR under the relevant sections on Tuesday night and arrested the MLAs on Wednesday.

According to Anshu, the incident took place during a meeting which was scheduled by Arvind Kejriwal to discuss the issues related to the government ads. Anshu also confirmed the presence of 11 other legislators in the meeting.

After the arrest, police asked the question from a Kejriwal’s advisor V K Jain as well, according to the media reports, Jain confirmed the police that he saw AAP MLA Amanatullah and Prakash Jarwal was allegedly hitting Anshu while Anshu Prakash was sitting on the Sofa.

The issue turned into a big war against the internal members of the AAP Party as many political supporters reached the police station with Amanatullah. Also, many opposition parties are targeting AAP Party and giving the multiple statements over the act.

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