Vibhor Anand, who had moved the court seeking directions
to the Delhi Police to file an FIR against Kejriwal for his
alleged derogatory remarks, told Metropolitan Magistrate
Purshotam Pathak that he was picked up from Dwarka by some men
on March 26 asking him to withdraw the complaint.
He alleged he was picked up after he dismissed the
earlier threat calls.
The court, however, refused to pass any order regarding
this and asked his counsel V K Anand to approach the police.
Meanwhile, the Delhi Police also apprised the court that
it has forwarded the complaint against Kejriwal to Ghaziabad
Police for necessary action.
"From the gist of the complaint place of occurrence was
found Ghaziabad. Facts were discussed with senior officers and
the original complaint was sent to the police station
concerned in Ghaziabad for further necessary action.
"Complainant may kindly be directed to approach the
police station of Ghaziabad for the action taken report on his
complaint," the police said in its Action Taken Report.
On the last hearing, the court had directed the agency to
inform it as to what action it has taken on the complaint
In his speech in an election campaign rally in Ghaziabad
last month, Kejriwal had allegedly called MPs "rapists,
murderers and looters", evoking sharp reactions from
New Delhi: A youth who filed a complaint
against key team Anna member Arvind Kejriwal for making
alleged derogatory remarks against parliamentarians on Wednesday told
a court that he is receiving threats to withdraw his
First Published: Wednesday, April 11, 2012, 18:50