Delhi Chief Secretary, Anshu Prakash has filed a complaint to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, against two MLA’s from the Aam Aadmi Party, for allegedly assaulting him at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s residence. Ajay Dutt and Prakash Jharwal have been accused of manhandling Anshu Prakash on Monday evening this week. The chief minister’s office, however, has denied these complaints, “Delhi chief minister’s office strongly denies allegations by the chief secretary,” A statement read. “There was no incident of assault or attempted assault by any AAP MLAs.” There had been some reports that the party was in need of money, and that’s why Prakash had been invited, but they’ve since been denied.
Instead, the party says that Prakash was called for discussions on the wrong implementation of the Aadhaar card, which, had resulted in 2.5 lakh families in Delhi without the necessities of food. AAP party has also alleged that the Chief Secretary had used abusive words during the meeting.
AAP party tweeted their statement against the allegations, which said, “The chief secretary refused to answer questions saying that he was answerable only to the lieutenant governor and not to the MLAs and the chief minister. He even used bad language against some MLAs and left without answering any questions…The entire discussion was on how large number of families were not getting ration.” “Now he is making ludicrous allegations, obviously…at BJP’s behest. If CS can make such wild allegations, one can imagine the kind of obstacles that are being created in AAP government’s work by BJP through the officers.”
AAP's response to false allegations by Chief Secretary
— AAP (@AamAadmiParty) February 20, 2018