Arvind Kejriwal Arrest: Atishi alleges center of sealing AAP office in Delhi, set to lodge complaint with EC

CM Arvind Kejriwal's detention in the Delhi liquor scandal has not appeared to alleviate the Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) problems. Leaders of the party claim that their Delhi party headquarters have been sealed by the Center.

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The Aam Aadmi Party continues to grapple with challenges in the liquor scam case, with no signs of improvement. Chief Minister Kejriwal's placement on a 6-day remand by the Rouse Avenue Court last Friday has exacerbated the situation. This development has led to heightened concerns among party members. Reports indicate that AAP offices in Delhi are being locked, raising more serious questions. In response, party officials are now considering lodging a formal complaint with the Election Commission regarding this matter.

Athishi expressed her disappointment 

AAP leader Atishi expressed disappointment over the party office's apparent closure in a post on the social media platform X. In his letter, Atishi asked how it would be possible to prevent someone from running for a national party office during the Lok Sabha elections. This goes against the Indian Constitution's guarantee of "equal opportunity." We have sought time from the Election Commission to complain against this. 

Saurab Bharadwaj lashes out at center! 

The leader of the Aam Aadmi Party and a minister in Delhi, Saurabh Bhardwaj, has blamed the central government and emphasized the need to uphold impartiality during the Model Code of Conduct era. He claims that the workers are being prevented from getting to the party office by the federal government. We will get in touch with the Election Commission, he stated in a post on his former.

AAP's office witnesses a shutdown

The AAP's main office at ITO has been closed by the national government. That too is in the midst of the behavior code. Saurabh Bhardwaj stated at the news conference that the Election Commission, as an impartial body, need to take decisive action against the police officers. 
After a protest outside the BJP headquarters, a bandh was declared.

It is said that party leaders and volunteers staged a demonstration on Friday near the BJP headquarters, forcing the closure of the AAP office, which is situated on DDU Marg close to ITO in central Delhi. The reasoning behind a national party's office being sealed during elections should be questioned, Saurabh Bhardwaj underlined. Several ministers, such as Atishi and Saurabh Bhardwaj, were prevented from entering the party headquarters.

Charged with halting Atishi's vehicle

It has been reported that the police stopped the car that Atishi was driving home. Atishi and a Delhi Police officer may be seen arguing angrily in a video that has been published on X. AAP leaders, who had been prevented from entering by the officials, staged protests on the road.