Raghav Chadha, other AAP leaders detained ahead of protest outside HM Shah, LG’s residences

Delhi AAP Raghav Chadha Detained, Police Say No To Protest At Amit Shah Home

Delhi police detained some ruling  Aam Admi Party MLAs while on their way to demonstrate outside the residences of Union Home Minister Amit Shah and  Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal in Delhi on Sunday , December 13. Their request for demonstration was rejected by the Delhi Police earlier saying  that any kind of gathering is prohibited in Delhi till December 31 in compliance with the guidelines issued by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Raghav Chadha, Ritu Raj, Kuldeep Kumar and Sanjeev Jha intended hold a protest demonstration against alleged misappropriation of funds by the ruling Aam Aadmi Party leaders against alleged misappropriation of funds by New Delhi Municipal Council . The Delhi-based party had also announced demonstration at Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal’s residence demanding a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe into its allegation. AAP MLA Atishi and some councillors from the party arrived at the LG residence and were not allowed to cross the barricades. They resorted to raised slogans demanding a CBI inquiry into the case. “We have written to L-G & have not been able to get an appointment. Who is the LG trying to protect?” Atishi asked. BJP  leaders had been protesting outside the residences of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and other Delhi ministers demanding immediate release of the dues of three civic bodies. They say funds are not being released by the Delhi Government to the municipal bodies for enabling them to pay the employees and meet other expenses since BJP have been elected to manage the MCDs .  Delhi BJP President  Adesh Gupta said CM Kejriwal had assured three Mayors to release the arrears in ten days. It is more than one month since the commitment remained on paper, he added. Image courtesy to ABP Live

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