Delhi Police has launched an internal investigation to probe into the ruckus and vandalism outside Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s house. In this investigation, all those aspects are being looked into, in which 15-20 members of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) along with their national president and Lok Sabha MP Tejashwi Surya reached the gate of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s residence in Civil Lines.
These members of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha broke the boom barrier by reaching in front of the CM residence, then painted the main gate of the house with red paint and thrashed it vigorously. In this entire matter, the Indian Express came to know that a BJP functionary named Hukum Singh had applied on March 29 for the protest on March 30, which was rejected by the arrangements cell of the Northern District Police. Despite this, the protesters went ahead.
A senior police officer in the matter said that on the basis of information, the police had mobilized 130 policemen, including a company of women personnel, with three barricades. Which was being monitored by seven inspectors and an additional DCP rank officer. On the complaint of Sub-Inspector Praveen Kumar, the police have registered an FIR against unknown people at the Civil Lines police station.
The FIR states that BJP Yuva Morcha workers started gheraoing the CM residence at 10.30 am near IP College in protest against a remark made by him on the film The Kashmir Files in the Vidhan Sabha. In which the police personnel had asked them not to protest, but they remained adamant on the gherao of the CM residence. Even after understanding, this demonstration turned furious and after breaking the barricades, about 20 protesters went ahead.
The Indian Express accessed video footage recorded by the Delhi Police, which shows 15-20 protesters first reaching the third barricade and pushing it down. During this, the security personnel stopped them even when some protesters were trying to enter from the barricades. During this, the protesters damaged government property, obstructed the work of the police and also scuffled with the police.
An official said that during the demonstration, the personnel present at the second barricade received a message on the wireless set that around 15-20 BJYM members along with Tejashwi Surya had crossed the third barricade. They reached the entrance of the CM residence before the police rushed to stop them. The police asked them to clear the way, but Surya sat on the road. After this, the police removed him and made him sit in a Delhi Police bus.