Delhi’s CM Not Safe inside his own Residence: HC Hauls the Delhi Police

  • The Delhi High Court ordered the Delhi Police Commissioner to investigate and assign blame for the "severe lapse" outside Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's residence on Monday, April 25.

  • Bhardwaj has requested the formation of a SIT in his case, which is being handled by counsel Bharat Gupta.

  • According to the status report, some miscreants broke over the barricades and entered the residence through the gate.

  • The high court had requested a status report from the police regarding the event on April 1, stating that the "unruly mob" was attempting to generate a "element of fear," and that the police force on the scene was "inadequate" and "outnumbered."

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