Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s car was allegedly attacked by an angry mob on Friday in Narela, a senior official in the Chief Minister’s Office said. Nonetheless, Nobody was hurt in the process. It has been learnt that a group of about 100 men tried to stop Kejriwal’s car and started attacked it with sticks.
The incident happened when Kejriwal had gone to the outer Delhi region in a bid to inaugurate development works in 25 unauthorised colonies, he said.
According to News18, AAP has blasted BJP workers for being responsible for the sudden attack and said that the vehicle’s rear view mirror was shattered into pieces but thankfully Kejriwal was rescued by his security personnel. The party has also blamed the Delhi police for not able to provide security to the chief minister.
“If @DelhiPolice cannot protect a chief minister then how will they protect the common man? Does this happen in any Indian state where CM is attacked repeatedly and the Police fail to act???,” AAP wrote.
If @DelhiPolice cannot protect a chief minister then how will they protect the common man?
Does this happen in any Indian state where CM is attacked repeatedly and the Police fails to act??? https://t.co/eJ7IsDatuj
— AAP (@AamAadmiParty) February 8, 2019
Well, this is not the first time that Arvind Kejriwal was targeted as in November 2018, a miscreant broke into CM’s office and attempted to attack him with chilli powder.