It was a riot like situation and the Police were mute spectators: AAP leader Ashish Khetan on assault

20 Feb 2018 04:39 PM

It was a riot like situation and the Police were mute spectators: AAP leader Ashish Khetan on assault

Updated 20 Feb 2018 04:39 PM

AAP leader Aashish Khetan was assaulted by a mob in Delhi Secretariat.
"It was a riot like situation, a crowd had gathered who became violent and even raised slogans, we don't know who they were. Everything is on CCTV,will be clear from it. Police were mute spectators", said Ashish Khetan,AAP on alleged assault of Delhi Chief Secy Anshu Prakash during his PC.
Mob of 150 people surrounded me at 2nd floor of secretariat and they heckled me and shouted slogans and after attacking me they attacked Minister Imran Hussain and his staff, he further added.


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