AAP Admits Kejriwal’s Aide Misbehaved With Swati Maliwal

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AAP Admits Kejriwal’s Aide Misbehaved With Swati Maliwal

| Updated: May 15, 2024 09:59

The party has assured that strict action will be taken against the perpetrator

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Tuesday confirmed that an aide of Arvind Kejriwal had misbehaved with a party MP in the Delhi chief minister’s residence on Monday.

“Yesterday morning Swati Maliwal had gone to Arvind Kejriwal’s residence to meet him. While she was waiting in the drawing room, Bibhav Kumar came there and misbehaved with her. She had reported the incident to the police by calling 112. We deeply condemn this incident,” AAP leader Sanjay Singh said, addressing a media conference.

AAP Rajya Sabha member and former chairperson of Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) Swati Maliwal had accused a member of Kejriwal’s personal staff of assaulting her on Monday. Singh said Kejriwal would take strict action. He had taken cognisance of the entire incident and had called for strict action, Singh added. 

“We are all standing with her. The chief minister has taken this issue seriously. I want to make it clear that the Aam Aadmi Party does not support such people (like Kumar),” Singh said. 

The BJP had on Monday launched an attack on Kejriwal over the alleged assault on Maliwal.

Maliwal had called up the police to report the assault but has not filed a formal complaint so far. The National Commission for Women has asked the police for an action-taken report. Neither Maliwal nor Kumar have spoken on the matter.

Kumar had been questioned in the excise policy case in connection with which the Enforcement Directorate had taken Kejriwal into custody.  

The vigilance department had cancelled Kumar’s appointment as the chief minister’s private secretary last month, citing a pending FIR against him for obstructing a public servant in 2007, long before the AAP was formed.

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