New Delhi: Taking a dig at his former boss, former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) minister Kapil Mishra here on Friday attacked Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, saying the CM does all his ‘secret dealings’ in the same room where the incident happened on Monday.
Mishra, in a series of tweets, said, “Meeting with the Chief Secretary was kept in a specific room where there is no CCTV installed inside. It’s the same room where Kejriwal does all his secret dealings. The room where the CS was assaulted is called ‘Kejriwal’s cave’. Very few people are allowed inside into this room.”
Sources – जिस कमरे में मुख्य सचिव को मारा गया उसे "केजरीवाल की गुफा" कह सकते हैं।
वहाँ कोई कैमरा, CCTV नहीं।
केजरीवाल अपनी ज्यादातर "सीक्रेट डीलिंग" इसी कमरे में करते हैं।
बहुत कम लोगों को इजाजत है इस कमरे में जाने की।
— Kapil Mishra (@KapilMishra_IND) February 23, 2018
Mishra further said in another tweet, “Now its proved CCTV timing was changed. Sanjay Azad Singh, Saurabh Bhardwaj and Ashutosh did a press conference on the timing of CCTV. Their role will also be investigated now. They were trying to affect investigation by sharing mischievous facts about a crime.”
“Police have found that the time setting on CCTV was changed – it was running behind by “40 mins and 43 seconds” from actual time,” he said in another tweet.
“Delhi Government is now collapsing. A very senior Delhi Government’s advisor Dheer Jhingran resigned from the Government’s Education Committee, and in his resignation letter he has written he can’t work with a Government that treats its officers badly,” he said.
“Was the meeting called by Amit Shah at night? Had Amit Shah invited the CS? Has Amit Shah hacked the mind of your MLAs?” he asked.
Delhi Police on Friday visited Kejriwal’s residence to scan the CCTV visuals, in the alleged assault case of Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash.
It was alleged that the two AAP lawmakers had assaulted Prakash at the Chief Minister’s residence on Monday night.
Prakash had lodged a complaint that the two AAP MLAs had assaulted him while he was seated on a sofa during the Monday night meeting. “Without provocation, the two legislators “started hitting and assaulting” him “with blows on head and temple,” he said.
Prakash further alleged that the assault was “premeditated” and a “conspiracy” of all those present.
A case was registered at the Civil Lines Police Station after the complaint filed by the Chief Secretary. Police had registered an FIR on the charges of criminal conspiracy and other provisions defined under Indian Penal Code.
While Prakash Jarwal was arrested on Tuesday night, Amanatullah Khan surrendered at a police station here on Wednesday afternoon.
On Thursday, Khan and Jarwal were sent to the judicial custody for 14 days.
However, Khan had alleged that the Chief Secretary had acted at the behest of the Bharatiya Janata Party and “the incident was a pretext to dismiss the AAP government”.
He further submitted that there was no proof that the Chief Secretary was beaten up.
On Thursday, Delhi BJP workers across the city had held demonstrations at offices and residences of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs to protest against what they described as the “autocratic, anarchic and corrupt governance” by Arvind Kejriwal’s Government which has stalled development work and pushed the city into an administrative crisis.