Sun. May 26th, 2024
Swati Maliwal

Swati Maliwal

The reported calls to the Delhi Police from the Chief Minister’s residence in Civil Lines, allegedly made by someone claiming to be AAP leader Swati Maliwal and alleging assault by an aide of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, highlight a concerning situation. Such allegations, if confirmed, raise questions about the safety and security of individuals in positions of political leadership. It’s essential for law enforcement authorities to conduct a thorough investigation into these claims to determine their veracity and take appropriate action if necessary. This incident underscores the importance of addressing issues related to violence and ensuring accountability for all individuals involved, regardless of their political affiliations.

Swati Maliwal

After receiving the calls and dispatching a police team to the Chief Minister’s residence in Civil Lines, sources indicated that AAP leader Swati Maliwal was taken to the police station for further inquiry. However, it’s important to note that according to protocol, Delhi Police cannot enter the Chief Minister’s house without prior permission. This aspect raises questions about the handling of the situation and underscores the need for clarity regarding the circumstances surrounding the alleged assault and the actions taken by law enforcement authorities.

Swati Maliwal

DCP North Manoj Meena provided an update, stating, “One PCR call at 9:34 AM has been received at PS Civil Lines from a lady saying she was assaulted at Chief Minister’s house. After some time, MP madam came to PS Civil Lines, but she left stating she would file a complaint later.” This statement confirms the receipt of the call reporting the alleged assault and the subsequent visit of the concerned individual to the police station. However, the situation appears to remain unresolved pending further action or the filing of a formal complaint.

Swati Maliwal

Swati Maliwal reportedly arrived at the Chief Minister’s residence around 9:10 AM seeking a meeting with Arvind Kejriwal, but was denied by his personal staff. Subsequently, at 9:31 AM, Maliwal contacted the police control room seeking assistance, which was then transferred to the North control room at 9:34 AM. India Today TV obtained access to the police diary entry detailing the two PCR calls allegedly made from the Chief Minister’s house. The first call claimed that there was a confrontation between the Chief Minister and his aide, Bibhav Kumar.  Swati Maliwal

 

Police stated that after receiving the second call, they made a correction in the diary entry. The entry identified the caller as a woman and stated that she “was at the Chief Minister’s House, where he instructed his aide Bibhav Kumar to beat her up brutally”.

 

Bibhav Kumar served as the personal assistant to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. He was terminated from his position last month after being questioned by the Enforcement Directorate in a case where he was accused of obstructing government work.

 

The North control room promptly dispatched officers to the Chief Minister’s house, and the Station House Officer (SHO) also arrived at the Chief Minister’s residence shortly thereafter.

After discussions with the SHO, Maliwal agreed to accompany the police to the station, according to police sources. During this time, reports of an assault on Maliwal began circulating.

After a period of questioning, Swati Maliwal left the police station, the sources said. No written complaint has been filed yet.

Reacting to the alleged incident, BJP IT Cell in-charge Amit Malviya said in a post on X, “Remember, Swati Maliwal had maintained radio silence on Kejriwal’s arrest. She was in fact not even in India at that time and didn’t return for a long time.”

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