Arvind Kejriwal violated Assembly rules, says Vijay Jolly
New Delhi: Delhi BJP leader Vijay Jolly Wednesday accused Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of violating rules of the legislative assembly by wearing his Aam Aadmi Party cap inside the house.
Jolly said the AAP chief attended the first session of the assembly Wednesday wearing a cap depicting his party`s name.
As per assembly rules, no one is allowed to wear or display badges of any kind in the house.
"Wearing the AAP cap with party slogan is against the rules," Jolly, a former Bharatiya Janata Party legislator, said in a statement issued to the media.
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