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Case registered against Arvind Kejriwal in Gujarat Kutch for using microphone and loudspeakers without permission
The Delhi Police has booked several Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leaders, including Ashutosh, Shazia Ilmi, for rioting after their party workers clashed with the members of the BJP outside its headquarters yesterday. At least 14 AAP workers were also arrested by the Delhi Police in connection with the case.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief has been booked by the police for violating the election code of conduct after he used loudspeakers and microphones in Gandhidham in Kutch reportedly without permission. The police have lodged a First Information Report or FIR against Mr Kejriwal and five others.
Mr Kejriwal says he is in Gujarat to check on the claims of uber-development brandished by Narendra Modi, the BJP’s candidate for prime minister, who has governed the state since 2001. So far, Mr Kejriwal says, he has seen no evidence of the clean and effective governance that Mr Modi offers as his main qualification for running the country.
- The Gujarat Police has registered a case against Arvind Kejriwal in Kutch for using microphone and loudspeakers without permission.
- Soon after his car came under alleged attack at Himmatnagar in Gujarat, Manish Sisodia cautioned the BJP from underestimating the power of Aam Gujarati: