CS assault case: Six-member police group questions Arvind Kejriwal

A six-part group of the Delhi Police today touched base at Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s office here for addressing him regarding the asserted strike on Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash in February.

Sources said the group drove by Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (North) Harendra Singh has started scrutinizing the main clergyman at his camp office and is likewise recording the procedures, as requested by Kejriwal.

Police said they have run with their own account gear. While a few individuals from the group touched base at the central priest’s office around 4.40 pm to set up the account hardware, Singh landed at 5 pm.

Around three-four supporters have likewise landed at Kejriwal’s living arrangement.

Prakash was professedly struck amid a gathering at Kejriwal’s authentic home on February 19. Police said the central pastor was available when the claimed attack occurred.

Kejriwal had consented to join the test yesterday following a notice by the Delhi Police on May 16. He had requested he be permitted to video record the procedures. Be that as it may, the police had said the procedures will be video recorded, however the central clergyman won’t be permitted to do as such.

The police may likewise summon his agent Manish Sisodia for the situation as he was available when the asserted occurrence occurred.

The police have just addressed 11 AAP MLAs show at the central clergyman’s living arrangement for the gathering. Two of the gathering MLAs – Amantullah Khan and Prakash Jarwal – were captured for the situation.

Kejriwal, his previous counselor V K Jain and Sisodia were likewise present in the gathering. Jain was likewise addressed for the situation.

On February 23, a police group had analyzed the CCTV framework introduced at the central pastor’s living arrangement in the Civil Lines region and grabbed the hard circle. The legal give an account of the hard circle is as yet anticipated.

The affirmed strike on the main secretary had set off a severe tussle between the Delhi government and its civil servants.

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