Published On: Sat, Feb 3rd, 2024

Kejriwal gets Delhi Police notice in MLA poaching claim

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s claim of BJP approaching Aam Aadmi Party MLAs by offering Rs 25 crores on Saturday took a serious turn after the BJP approached the police seeking a probe into the allegations levelled by the AAP convenor.

The police sought a response from CM Kejriwal within three days

A team of crime branch officials reached CM Kejriwal’s residence on Saturday morning but were not allowed inside and they kept waiting outside for five hours to serve a notice to the CM. Later, they handed over the notice to CM Kejriwal’s official and left.

The police sought a response from CM Kejriwal within three days over the Aam Aadmi Party’s allegation against Bharatiya Janata Party ‘of trying to buy AAP MLAs’. Earlier on Friday, apart from Kejriwal, the police officials, seeking evidence, also knocked on the doors of AAP minister Atishi’s residence.

It may be mentioned here that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has accused the BJP of trying to topple the Delhi government through ‘Operation Lotus 2.0’. AAP leader and Delhi government minister Atishi said, “BJP has started ‘Operation Lotus 2.0’, and is trying to topple the democratically elected AAP government in Delhi. 7 MLAs of the AAP have been contacted by the BJP, and have been told, that Arvind Kejriwal will be arrested soon, after which AAP MLAs will be rifted apart. They are in touch with 21 of our MLAs, using whom they aim to topple the Delhi government. Those 7 MLAs have been offered Rs 25 crores each.

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