A auto used by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal earlier was stolen here on Thursday and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) later slammed the Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal for the "poor" law and order situation in the city. The police have registered a case.
"The auto was parked outside the Delhi Secretariat".
The auto, which was now being used by Vandana Singh, Aam Aadmi Party's youth wing in-charge and media coordinator, was stolen from outside Gate No. 3.
The police said that the vehicle, bearing registration number DL-9CG-9769, was now being used by Aam Admi Party 's (AAP) media coordinator Vandana Singh. "CCTV footage of the area is being examined", he said.
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Emphasizing on the security issues, AAP's spokesperson said: "Delhi Police has completely failed in providing safety to public".
The auto had been gifted to Kejriwal by a party supporter. He had asked the filmmakers to get a no-objection certificate from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dixit and Kejriwal himself, to get a go-ahead for release. People have been seeing the blue WagonR even before Arvind Kejriwal came to power. "It went missing around 1 pm", a senior police official said. "The police report to him", he said.
After using it during his famous 49-day-stint, Kejriwal gave it to Naveen Jaihind, the party's Haryana incharge.