BJP Leaders Damaged CCTV Cameras Outside Arvind Kejriwal's Residence: AAP

 BJP pioneers who organized fights outside Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's living arrangement requesting installment of assets due, to the gathering administered city partnerships, harmed CCTV cameras introduced at the CM's habitation on Sunday night, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) asserted. 

Reacting to the claim, North Delhi Mayor Jai Prakash, said that BJP's ladies councilors "crushed new CCTV cameras, introduced by the AAP government, to secure their protection". 

A video of the supposed episode turned into a web sensation via online media purportedly demonstrating a few people assembled outside the CM's habitation and one of them crushing a CCTV camera fixed on the limit divider. 

A police objection in such manner has been recorded, government sources said. "The BJP pioneers fighting external boss clergyman's habitation harmed CCTV cameras today," an administration source said. 

BJP pioneers named the charge as a "dramatization" by the AAP to "redirect" individuals' consideration from the progressing uncertain dharna by civic chairmen and different heads of the gathering managed organizations. 

Delhi BJP general secretary Harsh Malhotra stated, "There was hatred among the fighting organization pioneers as new CCTV cameras were being fixed near the spot where ladies pioneers dozed during the night. Isn't it a penetrate of protection of ladies? Kejriwal government should answer why it needed to introduce cameras where female BJP pioneers remained during the dharna.' 

The BJP pioneers likewise asserted that three to four cameras covering the dissent site outside the main priest's habitation were introduced before and they didn't protest it. 

"Many cameras are as yet introduced outside Kejriwal's living arrangement. What was the need to introduce more at a spot where female pioneers are remaining. It's only another show by Kejriwal," charged Delhi BJP VP Virendra Sachdeva. 

"We also don't have any desire to drag out this faceoff, we simply need an exchange with the main pastor, which he isn't eager to have. We won't move from here till at that point," Prakash said. 

The civic chairmen and heads of three metropolitan companies, including ladies councilors have been organizing a dharna outside the main priest's habitation at Flagstaff Road in Civil Lines territory for as far back as multi week requesting installment of "duty" adding up to Rs 13,000 crore to the city bodies.

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