Complaint against Kejriwal: Court seeks ATR
New Delhi: The Delhi police was on Saturday
directed by a court here to inform it as to what action it has
taken on a complaint against key team Anna member Arvind
Kejriwal for his alleged derogatory remarks against
Metropolitan Magistrate Purshotam Pathak directed the
Delhi Police to file an Action Taken Report (ATR) by April 11.
The complaint was filed by petitioner Vibhor Anand, a law
Kejriwal had in his speech in an election campaign rally
in Ghaziabad last month allegedly called MPs "rapists,
murderers and looters", evoking sharp reactions from
"In this Parliament, 163 members have cases of heinous
offences against them. In this Parliament, rapists are
sitting, murderers and looters are sitting. How can you expect
Jan Lokpal Bill to be passed by Parliament? How can you expect
that you can get reprieve from poverty and corruption"?
Kejriwal had said.
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