Kejriwal's Famous Blue WagonR Found In Ghaziabad After 2 Days

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| October 14 , 2017 , 12:04 IST

Delhi's Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal's popular blue WagonR which Aam Aadmi Party used during their campaigning to symbolise their fight against the VIP culture was stolen on Thursday from outside the Delhi Secretariat.

Ever since the theft, Delhi Police was constantly trying to find the car and after much efforts, they have succeeded in locating the iconic car abandoned in Ghaziabad’s Mohan Nagar on Saturday.

Ghaziabad Police informed them about an abandoned WagonR. After inspection, it was confirmed that the vehicle belonged to the Delhi's CM. The police verified the information after checking the vehicle’s engine chassis number which matched the details provided for Kejriwal's car.

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The accused is yet to be found but with the help of CCTV installed near the place of incident, he was visible. The picture of the thief has been circulated in different districts of Delhi to assist the Police.

AAP ministers including Arvind Kejriwal was very agitated with the incident. The latter even wrote a letter to Lt Governor Anil Baijal pointing the alarming rate of "deteriorating" law and order situation in Delhi.

In the letter, the CM wrote, "My Wagon-R car was stolen outside the Delhi Secretariat. My car getting stolen is a small matter. But the fact that it went missing outside the Delhi Secretariat reflects the rapidly deteriorating law and order situation in Delhi."

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AAP's senior leader, Naveen Jaihind also declared a reward for whoever found the car. He said, "I want this car back. There are a lot of emotions, memories attached to it. Whoever returns the car, I will give him a suitable reward, which will be much more than what he will get from selling the car."

Arvind Kejriwal eve reprimanded the Delhi Police for not doing their duty properly. Since the Delhi Police reports to union Home Ministry instead of the state government, there have been many incidences of trouble between the two.