Swati Maliwal reached to record her statement in front of the magistrate
Swati Maliwal reached to record her statement in front of the magistrate

In response to the May 13 assault on Aam Aadmi Party MP Swati Maliwal at Delhi CM Kejriwal’s home, Delhi Police has taken action. The police will now begin their investigation on Friday after filing a formal complaint in the case on Thursday and arranging for Swati’s medical medical.

Delhi Police will first record Maliwal’s statement under Section 164 before the magistrate today in the assault case involving Swati Maliwal. Swati Maliwal, the Rajya Sabha MP, has arrived at Tis Hazari Court to give a testimony to the magistrate.

AAP MP Swati Maliwal was taken to AIIMS by Delhi Police on Thursday night at approximately 11 p.m. The location of her medical procedure.

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The police had recorded her statement until now, but the court will not accept its veracity. When a statement is recorded before a magistrate, its accuracy is proven. The authorities will now begin additional inquiries based on those grounds.

Simultaneously, Bibhav Kumar, the personal secretary (PA) of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, and the accused of assault were visited by a squad from the Civil Lines police station. He is currently in Punjab, though, and when he gets back to Delhi, the police will question him. The National Commission for Women summoned him on Thursday morning after taking notice. Bibhav has to appear before the commission today.

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