Arvind Kejriwal attack: AAP to file a police complaint

NEW DELHI: The Monkey Will Do A Saturday Attack On The Prime Minister Of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal , His Substitute Said On Sunday, Claiming That The BJP Sent A Message That Even If Someone Tried To Kill The CM, He Would Be Saved.

At A Press Conference Earlier In The Day, Kejriwal Himself Held The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Who Was Responsible For The Attack On Him During A Roadshow In The National Capital And Accused The Police Of Following The Script Given By The Governing Party.

The (AAP) Supremo Was Toiled By An Unsatisfied Supporter Of His Party During A Roadshow At Moti Nagar On Saturday.

Such A Big Conspiracy Has Broken Out Against The Prime Minister. There Was An Attack On His Convoy And The Delhi Police Released The Perpetrator.

They Say They Don't Have A Complaint. This Means That The BJP Sends A Clear Message Through The Police Of Delhi That If Someone Tries To Attack Or Even Kills The Chief Minister Of Delhi, He Will Be Saved By The Party And The Police Will Not Do Anything To Him. The Message Is Clear, Sisodia Has Told A Press Conference Here.

He Said That The AAP Had Decided To File A Complaint And That The Party Leader Would Meet The Police Commissioner On Sunday.

The Police Had Said On Saturday That The First Interrogation Of The Man Who Attacked Kejriwal, Identified As Suresh (33), Had Revealed That He Was An AAP Supporter.

An Investigation By A Deputy Commissioner Of Police Officer Was Ordered To Find Out How This Person Was In The Reception Group For AAP Supremo, The Extra Public Relations Officer (PRO), Delhi Had Said Anil Mittal.

Refuse Kejriwal ' S Accusations, Foreign Minister And Senior BJP Leader Prakash Javadekar Also Claimed On Sunday That The Man Who Attacked The Delhi Prime Minister Himself Had Said He Was An AAP Employee.

This Type Of Attack In Which He (Kejriwal) Is Involved Has Occurred 10 Times. Every Time The Same Happens. Whenever He Stays Behind (In The Poll Race), He Is Attacked. This Is His Propaganda, He Claimed.

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