Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's Maruti Suzuki WagonR was stolen in New Delhi earlier today. Sources said CCTV footage showed a man boarding the vehicle around 1.04pm and driving away with it. Police said they are hunting for the auto on priority as it has a sticker allowing access to Vidhan Sabha and VIP areas. The auto was seen as proof of Mr Kejriwal's "aam aadmi" credentials with the Delhi chief minister refusing to use a government vehicle even after assuming office. FIR has been registered. Footage from CCTV cameras in the area are also being checked. Jaihind used the auto for campaigning for the Lok Sabha polls in Rohtak before Vandana took possession of the vehicle.
"Several teams have been formed to look for the stolen vehicle".
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal takes shelter in his blue Wagon R as it rains on the second day of his dharna near Rail Bhavan in New Delhi on September 9, 2014. It is still in the name of AAP, but Mr Kejriwal no longer uses this auto.
Mr. Bharadwaj said that if the Lieutenant-Governor fulfilled his primary responsibility of making the city safe, instead of interfering with the work of Delhi government, then cases of theft, murder, rape and other crimes would come down. The AAP leader's WagonR was stolen from near Delhi Secretariat. Earlier, the vehicle was used by the Chief Minister but now, a AAP's member had been using it, said police.