AAP MP Swati Maliwal records statement in assault case, says ‘I hope that…’

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With Swati Maliwal’s statement recorded, police would possibly register an FIR in reference to the matter, an official stated.

AAP Rajya Sabha MP Swati Maliwal has submitted a statement to Delhi Police in reference to the alleged assault on her by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s aide Bibhav Kumar. Her statement was recorded by a two-member workforce of the Delhi Police at her residence in Central Delhi on Thursday.

According to a police officer, Maliwal advised police in regards to the incident that occurred on the chief minister’s residence on Monday. The officer stated with Maliwal’s statement recorded, police would possibly register an FIR in reference to the matter. Maliwal additionally wrote about her statement on X, saying the previous couple of days have been very troublesome for her.

“What happened to me was very bad. I have given my statement to the police on the incident that happened to me. I hope that appropriate action will be taken. The last few days have been very difficult for me. I thank those who prayed for me. Those who tried to do character assassination said that she was doing it on the instructions of the other party, may God keep them happy too. An important election is going on in the country, Swati Maliwal is not important, the issues of the country are important. There is a special request to BJP people to not do politics on this incident,” she tweeted.

 

 

The police workforce, led by Additional Commissioner of Police P S Kushwaha, was at Maliwal’s residence for greater than 4 hours. On Monday morning, Maliwal went to the Civil Lines police station in Delhi and alleged {that a} member of Kejriwal’s private employees “assaulted” her on the chief minister’s official residence, police officers stated. Police haven’t but acquired a proper grievance.

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On Tuesday, senior AAP chief Sanjay Singh had stated that the incident with Maliwal was “highly condemnable”. Earlier on Thursday, the National Commission for Women (NCW) summoned Kejriwal’s aide Bibhav Kumar over Maliwal’s allegations. His listening to is scheduled for Friday at 11 am.

(With inputs from PTI)




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