Kejriwal sticks to stand against security cover, says, `no threat to my life`
New Delhi: Two days after the attack on the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) office in Ghaziabad by supporters of a right-wing organisation, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday reiterated that he would not take security cover, insisting that there was no danger to his life.
Asked at a press conference as to whether he would accept the security offered to him by Uttar Pradesh Police yesterday, following the attack, Kejriwal said he would not do so.
"There is no threat to my life. My life line is too long," he said.
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