Punjab Police registers FIR against Kumar Vishwas, raids Alka Lamba's residence

New Delhi:

The Punjab Police raided the residences of former AAP leaders Kumar Vishwas and Alka Lamba on Wednesday. Kumar Vishwas, a former confidante of Arvind Kejriwal, had recently courted controversy alleging that the AAP national convener was “ready to take support” from separatist elements to win the Punjab elections.

On behalf of the Punjab Police, cases are being registered in the Cyber Crime Cell in Mohali on the statements against Arvind Kejriwal and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). 

Earlier, a case was also registered against Delhi BJP leaders Tejinder Bagga, Naveen Kumar Jindal and Preeti Gandhi.

Later on Wednesday, the Punjab Police has reached the house of former AAP MLA and Congress leader Alka Lamba.

Alka Lamba herself gave this information through her Twitter handle. 

Alka wrote in that tweet, “Now you must understand why you wanted police.. just like BJP to intimidate your opponents and suppress their voice. Have some shame, Kejriwal ji.”

Police had reached Vishwas’s house at 7 am

At 7:00 am on Wednesday, six policemen, including the Inspector of Punjab Police, reached the residence of Kavi Kumar Vishwas in Vasundhara Sector-3, Ghaziabad. The police inspector served him a notice in a case.

Kumar Vishwas booked under these sections

A case has been registered against Kumar Vishwas in Ropar police station under sections 153, 153A, 323, 341, 506, 120B. Ropar police reached Ghaziabad and got summons received at Kumar Vishwas’s house. 

The Punjab Police has registered this case on the basis of a video made public by Kumar Vishwas against Kejriwal before the Punjab assembly elections. Through the video, Vishwas had accused Kejriwal of having links with Khalistanis.


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