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Despite Im Threats, Arvind Kejriwal Denies Security Covers

By Author: Srishti Janpratinidhi
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It appears that Kejriwal is a brave man. After the suspected plans of terror outfit Indian Mujahideen to abduct Arvind Kejriwal for release of its key member Yasin Bhatkal, state police have shown concern on chief minister’s security. But Kejriwal is not in a mood to accept the security forces provided to him by the Delhi police. The chief minister is said to have doubted the police version and thus refused to take up any security forces for him or for his any party leader.

A day ago few members of the security wing of Delhi police briefed Kejriwal about the terror outfit’s plan that they received from the intelligence agencies and requested him to take up ‘Z’ category security cover. Kejriwal declined to accept the offer and said that he is not afraid of his life and he strongly believes in God and will not take any security. Kejriwal doubted the whole plot to be concocted by the Delhi police along with central government and he made it clear with the series of tweets. He tweeted “Is Delhi police and central govt. playing politics with my security”. “Police officials met me in afternoon. Informed me abt threat. Asked me not to disclose it to media. Den dey themselves went and told media.” “By announcing this, haven’t police made me vulnerable. Now anyone can attack and it wud be said that Bhatkal’s men did it.”

Yasin Bhatkal was arrested from the Indo-Nepal border last year on August 27. Bhatkal, one of the most sought after terrorist, is also alleged to be the founder leader of the proscribed terrorist organization Indian Mujahideen. He was the kingpin in a string of terror attacks in Ahmedabad, Surat, Bangalore, Pune, Delhi and Hyderabad as reported by National Investigation Agency (NIA). He was also linked up with the banned Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) and has planned conspiracy against India and wage a war against it.

Arvind Kejriwal has declined to take up any security cover from the time of his election campaigns. He remained glued to Aam Aadmi Party’s policy to end the VIP culture in politics. Earlier also Kejrwal was against taking up any security forces from the Delhi government. He had received threats of varied types from water and tender mafia for his anti-corruption policies. But this time the threat is serious and this forced Delhi police to take up the matter to the home ministry. Delhi police from its side have tried their best to convince the chief minister of the state and other Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) ministers, but nothing has happened.

Since the day of his anointment as chief minister of the state, Kejriwal has been facing various problems and charges. Though he seems to be unaffected with any of the charge or allegations laid upon him, still this issue regarding his security is considered as a major one and Delhi police are trying their best to make every possible effort for security to its chief minister.

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