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Breaking News: Arvind Kejriwal attacked with Chilli Powder

Delhi Chief Minister MR Arvind Kejriwal is reported to be attacked with chilli powder, outside the secretariat. According to the reports, No harm is done to Chief Minister.

 

The person who attacked Arvind Kejriwal is Identified as Anil Kumar Sharma. The attacker has been taken into custody by Delhi police. Aam Aadmy Party claimed after the incident that attacker was affiliated with Bhartiya Janta Paty.

 

Chief Minister Kejriwal was heading for lunch when the incident happened. According to the reports, it was around 2 in the afternoon when the attack happened.

 

Aam Admi Party held a conference after the attack. Aam Aadmy Paty’s spokesperson Mr Saurabh Bhardwaj accused Delhi police of being so careless. Bhardwaj accused on the police and said, “How can any random person walk into the Secretariat and attack the chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal has faced many such attacks on a regular basis.”

 

Not only on the Delhi Police but Bhardwaj also blamed Bharatiya Janta Party, too, for the incident. He said that the attack is directly linked to the BJP and our Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi is providing security to the accused.

 

Bhardwaj also remembered the crash happened between AAP and BJP a few days ago during the inauguration of a bridge. He said that BJP’s member of parliament Manoj Tiwari incited a mob against Arvind Kejriwal just a few days ago. The clash between the two parties happened on the 4th of November.

 

Bhardwaj said, “The central government has created an atmosphere where anti-social elements are being instigated and promoted to attack chief minister Kejriwal,”

 

 

Aam Aadmi Party’s spokesperson Mr Raghav Chadha too was present in the press conference. He said, “Imagine if the attacker was wielding a more dangerous weapon. Who would have prevented a tragedy from occurring?”

 

 

The official handle of Aam Admi Paty posted on Twitter, “Even the chief minister is not safe in Delhi.”

 

 

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