Arvind Kejriwal's blue Wagon R vehicle stolen from outside Secretariat

Marsha Scott
October 14, 2017

The humble Blue hatchback, which became synonymous with Kejriwal's "aam aadmi" image, was being used by an AAP functionary these days.

"The behaviour of the Chief Secretary makes it obvious that he is taking orders from the BJP and is acting against the elected government of Delhi which is unconstitutional and undemocratic", it said.

Teams also visited Sotiganj market in Meerut where stolen cars are dismantled and their spare parts are sold afterwards. Now the police are trying to find his vehicle because it is very serious. It has emerged that stolen vehicles from Delhi are sold there with forged documents.

They also scanned the Mayapuri market in west Delhi where scrap material of cars is sold after cars are dismantled.

In a statement, the Kejriwal government said that Kutty's "denial" was the first of its kind in the democratic history of the country and warned that it could exercise "options" to deal with "dereliction and sabotage".

Jaihind had sought the "lucky car" for his campaigning when he contested the 2014 Lok Sabha poll from Rohtak.

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The auto was donated to Kejriwal by Kundan Sharma, a software enginner, in January 2013.

The vehicle was known to make headlines when Kejriwal travelled in it to campaign for chief minister's post, which he won in Jaunary 2014, said India Today.

"This entire episode demonstrates that while the Delhi government and Central Government are equal partners in the DMRC, the Delhi Government has virtually no say in its management", Kejriwal wrote.

In 2015, Sharma had attracted attention after he expressed his disillusionment with Kejriwal's functioning and demanded that the AAP return his contributions.

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