Arvind Kejriwal`s car, gifted to AAP`s Rohtak candidate, attacked
Zee Media Bureau
Chandigarh: Some unidentified men have allegedly damaged Aam Aadmi Party`s (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal`s car being used by his Rohtak Lok Sabha candidate for campaigning in the constituency in Haryana, reports said on Tuesday.
Kejriwal`s blue WagonR car was attacked when it was being driven by a party member and a leader from Rohtak, party sources claimed.
The car is being used by AAP`s Rohtak candidate Navin Jaihind for campaigning since he does not have a vehicle of his own.
However, he was not in the car when it was attacked. Jaihind had returned to party office in Rohtak after campaigning when the vehicle was taken away by the two party members, the sources said.
Two unidentified persons who were on a motorcycle intercepted the car and signalled its driver to stop. Presuming that some AAP supporters wanted to talk with the leader, the driver stopped the vehicle. However, as soon as the car stopped, the two men smashed the windshield with an iron rod and fled.
A formal complaint has been filed in this regard. Jaihind, who is contesting from Rohtak which is represented by two-time MP and Chief Minister`s Bhupinder Singh Hooda`s son Deepender Singh Hooda.
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