In the recent development in connection with the alleged assault on Chief secretary Anshu Prakash, the Joint Forum of Delhi Government Employees demands has demanded a written apology from Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
“The Joint Forum of Delhi Government Employees demands that the prerequisite to any dialogue with the political executive is a specific written and public apology from Hon’ble Chief Minister & Hon’ble Dy. Chief Minister regarding the criminal act of physical assault on the Chief Secretary,” the resolution stated.
“Instead of apologising and admitting their mistake of assault on the Chief Secretary at midnight, CM and Dy CM are in denial mode.”
“We want a written apology from the CM. Instead of apologizing for the incident the CM & Deputy CM are in denial. This shows they are part of the conspiracy,” said, Pooja Joshi, member of the forum while reading out the resolution at a press conference.
Meanwhile, Delhi Police reportedly said the CCTV footage in the alleged assault case was tampered with. A Delhi court has asked the police to prove that tampering was done with the CCTV footage recovered rom the official residence of the Delhi Chief Minister.
Chief secretary Anshu Prakash had complained that was beaten up by two AAP MLAs at Delhi CM’s residence on February 19 night.