AAP leader and chief minister Arvind Kejriwal was attacked on Tuesday afternoon with chilli powder at the Delhi secretariat
NEW DELHI : the audacity of the attack is difficult to miss. A man who hands Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal a letter outside his office, swoops down to touch his feet, gets up and forcefully smears chilli powder on his face. The incident took place inside one of the capital city’s most protected buildings today, the Delhi Secretariat, provoking outrage from Mr Kejriwal’s party and even critics.
The attacker, identified as 40-year-old Anil Kumar Sharma, has been taken into custody, the police said. However, they said they were investigating if the chilli powder “fell unintentionally”.
As such, the entire development is
being reported that Anil Kumar, living in Narayana Vihar, came to give a letter to CM Kejriwal about any problem. During this time the CM stopped when he fell on his feet. If the CM tried to stop it, its glasses fell in and broke. Then Anil threw chilli powder over Kejriwal. Earlier, Anil was waiting in the waiting room to meet Kejriwal
Aam Aadmi Party leader and activist is very angry over the attack on his leader Arvind Kejriwal with chilli powder. After this incident, AAP has expressed concern about the security of Delhi’s Arvind Kejriwal. Not only this, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has convened a brief press briefing to give information about the matter.
Was Anil Sharma angry with Kejriwal?
The first case of inserting chilli powder on the Chief Minister in Delhi Secretariat has surfaced. Why did Anil Sharma, accused of Kejriwal throw the pepper powder in the Secretariat? It is not known.
the attacker, identified as 40-year-old Anil Kumar Sharma, has been taken into custody, the police said. However, they said they were investigating if the chilli powder “fell unintentionally”.
Arvind Kejriwal was leaving for lunch after finishing up meetings when the incident took place outside his chamber on the third floor, AAP lawmaker Alka Lamba said.
She accused the Delhi Police, which is controlled by the BJP-led central government, of “completely failing” to ensure the Chief Minister’s security.
“The Delhi Police has repeatedly failed to stop anti-social elements from entering the secretariat. They are doing this on the directions of the BJP that rules the centre,” she said.
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