BJP leader alleges involvement of AAP minister in Hauz Qazi incident

03 Jul 2019 10:19 PM

BJP leader alleges involvement of AAP minister in Hauz Qazi incident

Updated 03 Jul 2019 10:19 PM

Former Union minister Vijay Goel Wednesday accused Delhi Environment Minister Imran Hussain of being involved in the vandalism of a temple in the Hauz Qazi area, a charge refuted by the AAP leader who also filed a police complaint against the BJP MP for his "baseless allegations".
Goel, BJP's Rajya Sabha MP and former president of the party's Delhi unit, told reporters that during his visit of Hauz Qazi area, locals had told him that Hussain "deliberately" gave "communal colour" to the incident.
A mob vandalised a temple after a fight broke out over parking of a two-wheeler at Lal Kuan area under Hauz Qazi police station on Sunday night.
Four people were arrested for the trouble in Hauz Qazi area, Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik told reporters on Wednesday.

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