AAP Politicises & Attacks Delhi Police; Calls It 'armed Wing Of BJP'

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AAP spokesperson Saurabh Bharadwaj lashed out at Delhi Police in a series of tweets and termed the police as 'armed wing of BJP' and 'political entity'

Written By Nisha Qureshi | Mumbai | Updated On:
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AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj on Tuesday lashed out at Delhi Police in a series of tweets amid the faceoff with lawyers in the national capital. In his Tweets, the AAP leader called the Delhi police, 'Armed wing' of the BJP. He also said the police does not care about the law and order in Delhi. 

'Delhi Police has been converted into Political Entity'

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In his tweets, the AAP leader wished that the Advocates Bar Association had taken a stand for the rights of common man."I wish Advocates Bar Association had taken a stand for the rights of common man then," he said. The leader also alleged that the Home Minister has failed to keep the law and order situation in Delhi on track and said the Law and Order situation in Delhi is the worst in 70 years. 

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Delhi Police holds protests

His comments come after Delhi Police staged protests outside Delhi police headquarters on Tuesday. The police protested against the clash that broke out between two lawyers and cops at the Tis Hazari Court on November 2. The police alleged that the police personnel was assaulted by advocates. The clashes left at least 20 police personnel and several lawyers injured, many vehicles were also damaged in the incident. On Monday lawyers also held a strike in the national capital against the assault. Advocates held protests outside the Tis Hazari premises demanding arrests of policemen involved in the clash. Following the incident, the Delhi High Court has directed a judicial inquiry into the matter. One Assistant Sub-Inspector was suspended and an investigation was also initiated with a Special Investigation Team.

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