Bharti, the law minister of Delhi, was seen coming out of the ladies toilet at the Press Club on Tuesday, Jan 21. The minister kept other female journalists waiting outside the toilet. However, the men's toilet was right next to it, said media reports.
According to a report by NDTV, women reporters, who have been covering the AAP dharna, had to wait as Bharti used the washroom. When they confronted the minister, he simply walked away.
When women confronted Somnath Bharti for using ladies toilet, he walked away
Earlier Delhi CM Kejriwal accused Delhi Police of not allowing the protesters to use public toilet. He told that Delhi Police shut all toilet of the adjacent buildings of the area where Kejriwal and his supporters have been protesting since Monday morning.
Kejriwal was quoted as saying, "All the toilets in the vicinity are closed. They let me use the Rail Bhawan toilet yesterday but today they aren't. There are so many women here, where will they go?"
Kejriwal claimed that AAP will continue their agitation against the central government until unless Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde accepts their demand of suspending three police officials who failed to accomplish their duties.