There is anti-CM Kejriwal graffiti on metro trains

According to an official on Monday, the police have filed a FIR and initiated an investigation into the graffiti that bears the name of Delhi Chief Minister and AAP national convenor Arvind Kejriwal, which was discovered scratched inside metro trains and at stations.

On Monday, the AAP demanded a meeting with the Election Commission to discuss the graffiti, accusing the BJP of being its masters. Metro Police Deputy Commissioner G Ram Gopal Naik said that a report of vandalism inside the metro carriages has been received from the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation.

“Therefore, a case has been registered at Rajouri Garden Metro Police Station for further investigations under relevant laws,” he said.

According to another law enforcement official, images of specific words scrawled inside metro trains were circulated via the Instagram account “ankit.goel_91.”

Inside a metro train, there was graffiti that said, “Kejriwal Dilli Chhor Dijiye (Kejriwal, leave Delhi).” If not, you will need to recall three slaps that you planted before to the election. The genuine, physical punch or slap will arrive shortly. The meeting in Jhandewalan today is with Ankit.Goel_91 “#CM Delhi leave us, we don’t need freebies anymore,” said a different statement. $45 billion on CM Awas.

“Following are points you are advised to follow…,” said a third graffiti. Jal Board Clear auditing and assigning accountability to the relevant individual or leaders; your ultimate decision on the alcohol policy; the bribes accepted by your leaders or party in its entirety; and Mr. Raghav Chaddha’s real eye treatment at AIIMS, Safdarjung, or any other Indian facility of your choosing. These are the last standards set by the #AAP. According to another official, similar words were seen inscribed at the metro stations at Patel Nagar, Ramesh Nagar, and Rajiv Chowk. The police have been made aware of the vandalism and have initiated an investigation.

The officer added that Ankit Goel, the individual whose Instagram account was used to share the graffiti photos, is being searched and would be contacted to answer questions. The officer further said that it is believed the Goel wrote the graffiti and uploaded images of those on his account in an attempt to get notoriety.

In the meanwhile, a press release from DMRC said that there had been some recent reports of graffiti writing inside metro trains and stations.

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