Kejriwal's Blue WagonR Stolen From Outside Delhi Secretariat

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s car stolen

Kejriwal's Blue WagonR Stolen From Outside Delhi Secretariat

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's much-publicised blue colour WagonR auto has been stolen from Delhi's Central Secretariat premises on Thursday, October 12. "The Car earlier belonged to CM Delhi", said DCP (Central Delhi) on stolen car.

The auto was used by Kejriwal during his first stint as the Chief Minister in 2014 with an attempt to fight against the VIP culture. The Maruti auto was now being used by the Aam Aadmi Party's media coordinator Vandana Singh. That said, the vehicle was gifted to the tax man turned politician by an Indian living overseas Kundan Sharma and was also called the AAP Mobile.

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While the chief minister has made no direct comment on the situation yet, he did retweet a remark questioning the Delhi Police's alertness.

Singh lodged a police complaint at the IP Estate police station saying that the auto was stolen at around 1 pm today.

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According to the Newspaper, His auto is among the 30,449 vehicles stolen in Delhi this year.For all the latest Cities News, download Indian Express App© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd. The police while speaking to the media said that the case is being investigated.

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