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May 17, 2024 17:23
Swati Maliwal's sensational revelations in FIR

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Slapping, pulling and kicking on chest - AAP leader Swati Maliwal's complaint against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's advisor Vibhav Kumar raises a serious allegation of assault. Maliwal has alleged that Mr. Kumar attacked him in the reception room of the Prime Minister's residence on Monday morning and that Mr. Kejriwal was also present at that time. In the FIR lodged last night, Maliwal said he reached Arvind Kejriwal's house at 6 Flagstaff Road, City Lines and tried to call the deputy chief minister but received no response. He said he announced his presence to staff and was asked to wait in the reception room. She alleged that while she was waiting, Vibhav Kumar entered the room and started verbally abusing her. Recounting the gruesome details, Maliwal accused Kumar of punching her 78 times in the face and hitting her chest, stomach and sensitive areas. “Bibhav came and started harassing her and continued beating her without any provocation,” Maliwal alleged in her complaint. I made noise and said let me go but he kept hitting me in Hindi. and begged him to leave me alone. “I was completely shocked and kept screaming and asking for help. To protect myself, I nudged him with my foot. The FIR said. Read. Vibhav Kumar didn't give up and attacked me by kicking me in the chest, stomach and pelvis.

Maliwal added in his complaint that he was able to escape from the house and call the police. Maliwal said in the FIR: “The attack left me in a severe state of shock. Since I was seriously injured, I called 112 and reported the incident." When the security personnel arrived, they apparently followed Kumar's order to evict him instead of helping Maliwal. Despite his condition, he had to leave his home and wait outside the Prime Minister's house for the police to arrive. “Bibhav returned with security personnel working at the main gate. I kept telling them that I was brutally attacked and that they should see my condition and wait for the police to arrive, but they asked me to leave the premises," Ms Maliwal said. Last night, the Delhi Police took Ms Maliwal away. The AIIMS trauma center medical investigation center When the police visited Mr. Kumar's residence in the state capital's Chandrawal Nagar, teams from the Crime Branch and the Special Branch are looking for Mr. Kumar to take him into custody.

The Delhi Police registered an FIR under several sections of the Indian Penal Code, including insulting a woman with intent to outrage her modesty or felony rape, criminal intimidation, insult and assault. The FIR was registered after a police team sent to P.S. additional commissioner leads. Kushwaha recorded Ms. Maliwal's statement. The National Commission for Women (NCW) considered the controversy and today summoned Mr. Kumar for questioning. Following the police visit, Ms Maliwal took to social media to share her sad experience and spoke out against the politicization of the issue. "What happened to me is very bad. I made a statement to the police about what happened to me. I hope they will take appropriate measures. The last few days have been difficult for me. Thank you to those who prayed for her." "On the instructions of the party, Swati Maliwal said that important elections are going on in the country. It is important to note that the BJP has been specifically asked not to politicize this incident," Ms Maliwal wrote last night.

This incident caused a political storm. The BJP heavily criticized Kejriwal's silence. Party spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia even called him the “main culprit” for his apparent inaction during the attack. At a press conference in Lucknow yesterday attended by Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Akhilesh Yadav and AAP MP Sanjay Singh, Kejriwal dismissed questions about the incident. Speaking to reporters, Mr. Singh acknowledged Mr. Kumar's mistake, dismissed the BJP's criticism and demanded accountability on various women's issues under the BJP rule. The Congress, which is allied with India's opposition bloc AAP for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, reiterated a similar demand.

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