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Punjab Police Denies Congress Declare Of ‘Z+ Safety’ For Arvind Kejriwal

The Congress MLA demanded the withdrawal of the safety cowl given to Arvind Kejriwal. (File)


The Punjab Police has denied a declare made by Congress MLA Sukhpal Singh Khaira that AAP chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had been given “Z Plus Safety” by the Punjab authorities.

Mr Khaira, who’s All India Kisan Congress president, cited a listing of protected individuals however a Punjab Police spokesperson asserted that the doc circulated in a bit of the media was not an official one.

An official spokesman of the Punjab Police stated that the doc cited by Mr Khaira whereas making the declare is part of a writ petition filed by the previous Deputy Chief Minister OP Soni within the Punjab and Haryana Excessive Courtroom.

“The paperwork cited by the Congress chief are on no account the official paperwork of Punjab Police,” stated the police spokesperson, including that it “clearly reveals that it’s a typed doc and there aren’t any signatures, initials, official stamps or official authentication anyplace within the doc. It seems that this listing has been typed by the petitioner and hooked up to the writ petition.”

The Congress chief had questioned the necessity for the Punjab authorities to increase the highest safety cowl to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal when he had already been offered Z-Plus safety by the Centre.

Addressing the media in Chandigarh, Mr Khaira had claimed that Mr Kejriwal has been given the Z-Plus safety cowl of the Punjab Police.

Mr Khaira had claimed that the Punjab Police commandos had been stationed on the Kapurthala Home in Delhi, the official residence of the Punjab Chief Minister.

He demanded that Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann withdraw the safety offered to the AAP nationwide convener by the state authorities.



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