Amid the Delhi CM’s demand for handing over control of Delhi Police to his government, a Delhi police constable has lodged a complaint against CM Kejriwal for his ‘thulla’ remark against cops.
According to reports, a Delhi police constable posted at Gobind Puri Police station has filed a complaint against the AAP chief and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. Kejriwal, responding to a question over AAP’s controversial ad during an interview with a TV channel , had addressed the cops as ‘thullas’.
“These people want that even if a thulla (cop) is caught demanding money from the street vendors, we can’t try him,” Kejriwal said.
Meanwhile, CM Arvind Kejriwal will today meet Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi to discuss law and order in the national capital. Earlier, Kejriwal had urged PM Narendra Modi to hand over the control of Delhi Police- which is under the Union government- to the AAP government. Kejriwal urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to look into his demand seriously, alleging that law and order in the capital was “on a decline”.