Kejriwal serious over women security? RTI info reveals he never held any meeting over law & order

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New Delhi, Aug 8: Since taking reins in his hand, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal never held a meeting either on the law and order situation or on the women security issue in the national capital, reveals an RTI reply.

The RTI was filed by BJP's spokeperson Harish Khurana, seeking details of meetings from the period of 14 February, 2015, to 9 June, 2016. BJP leader had asked this information not only from the Chief Minister's office but also from Delhi Police Commissioner Alok Kumar Verma and Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung.

Kejriwal serious over women security?

According to an ANI report, Khurana was told that Kejriwal who always makes law and order an issue, never had any meeting on the same. BJP leader was also informed that Kejriwal never met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi, or Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung in this regard.

Reportedly, Khurana had asked whether Delhi government had ever summoned Delhi top cop Alok Kumar Verma to discuss the law and order issue of the national capital.

"The information sought is not compiled and hence, not available on record", AAP government informed Khurana in the RTI reply.

Lieutenant Governor's office also refused to divulge details of such meetings, saying that information was already given to MHA.

"The RTI shows how serious Arvind Kejriwal is towards the law and order situation in Delhi and on the issue of women security in the capital", Khurana said.

He also slammed Delhi Chief Minister for targetting Centre over law and order issue and never excerising the available constitutional powers vested with him.

Arvind Kejriwal who took charge as Delhi Chief Minister in February, 2015 has been targetting Centre over the deterioriating law and order situation in national capital. He also whimphers that law and order doesn't fall under the purview of the Delhi government and has no say in the policing issues.

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