New Delhi, July 20: A Delhi Police constable has lodged a complaint against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for his ‘thulla’ remark on cops.
According to police officials, a constable posted at the Gobind Puri Police Station has filed a complaint against the Chief Minister.
Responding to a question over AAP’s controversial advertisement, Kejriwal had in an interview to a television channel addressed the cops as ‘thullas’.
“These people want that even if a thulla (cop) is caught demanding money from the street vendors, we can’t try him,” he said.
Bassi to meet Kejriwal
Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi would be meeting Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday to discuss the law and order situation in the national capital in the wake of the gruesome murder of 19-year-old girl in central Delhi.
On Saturday, Kejriwal attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the brutal Anand Marg stabbing of a 19-year-old girl.
While expressing shock over the incident, he said the law and order situation in the national capital has deteriorated drastically in the recent past, adding “Delhi Police is under the Centre. The Prime Minister should either act or transfer Delhi Police’s command to the Delhi government.”
(With Agency Inputs)