Theft in Aam Aadmi Party Office in Delhi, Accused Allegedly Held
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Image used for representational purposes.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Image used for representational purposes.(Photo: PTI)

Theft in Aam Aadmi Party Office in Delhi, Accused Allegedly Held

An Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader on Sunday said the party has complained to Delhi Police regarding a theft at their office on Saturday.

"About 25-28 election campaign materials were stolen from the party office at 206, Rouse Avenue in central Delhi on Saturday morning," AAP leader Vikas Yogi told IANS.

"A complaint of theft was submitted at the Indraprastha Police Station along with the CCTV footage, on Saturday night," the AAP leader said.

Asked about the delay in filing the police complaint, Yogi said they were checking the CCTV footage for clues.

In the CCTV footage, a man can be seen entering the AAP office, putting the campaign material on his rickshaw and fleeing.

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