In an odd-even rally today where the Delhi Chief Minister and AAP leader was addressing the crowd, a woman approached the dais and hurled a bottle of ink at the Delhi CM.
The attacker, a woman named Bhavna, raised slogans after hurling ink at the Delhi Chief Minister who continued his speech and urged the people who had nabbed the woman to “let her go”. Immediately after throwing ink at the CM, the woman raised a paper which the AAP leader said was something related to the CNG scam.
The woman alleged that she had a proof of the graft in the CNG sticker scam which surrounded the controversial odd-even formula introduced by the Delhi CM to help curb air pollution in Delhi.
This is not the first time Arvind Kejriwal has been at the receiving-end of these one-man political attacks. The AAP leader, in many of his earlier rallies, has repeatedly fallen victim to such public attacks.
This particular incident raises questions about the kind of security lapses that occur during the AAP leader's rallies. Whether the incident was staged by the Aam Aadmi Party is a matter of further investigation.
The Bharatiya Janata Party has condemned this attack against the Delhi Chief Minister.