Swati Maliwal has injuries on left leg and right cheek, Confirms Medical Report
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This development has come following Maliwal's FIR against Kumar, in which she has claimed to have been assaulted at the CM's residence on Monday.
Maliwal assault case: Kejriwal's Aide Arrested from CM Residence
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Maliwal accused Kumar of abusing and physically assaulting her in the drawing room of the CM’s residence. According to her FIR, while she was waiting to meet the Chief Minister on May 13, Kumar forcibly entered the room and attacked her.
Delhi CM Kejriwal's Aide Bibhav Files Police Complaint Against Maliwal, alleges she hurled abuses at him
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In his detailed complaint addressed via email to the SHO of Civil Lines Police Station, Kumar outlined Maliwal's purported actions, emphasizing her forceful entry into the CM's residence despite objections raised by security personnel. He further alleged that Maliwal, instead of adhering to proper procedure, resorted to hurling abuses when confronted by Kumar, demonstrating a clear intent to disregard protocol and engage in disruptive behavior.
AAP has given in under a 'goon's pressure', now questioning my character: Swati Maliwal Criticizes AAP
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Maliwal's discontent escalated after AAP leader Atishi suggested during a press conference that the assault allegations are part of a BJP conspiracy to discredit Kejriwal. Atishi labeled Maliwal as the face of this alleged conspiracy and dismissed her claims against Kumar as unfounded.
Swati Maliwal’s statement recorded at Tis Hazari Court: A Legal Record
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Metropolitan Magistrate Katyayni Sharma Kandwal recorded the testimony given by Maliwal in her chamber based on the power bestowed by section 164 of the CrPC, which empowers judicial magistrates to record such statements or confessions made in the course of an investigation.
Truth will be revealed after CCTV footage of CM house & room is checked: Swati Maliwal
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Maliwal purportedly faced assault at the residence of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday. Subsequently, an FIR was lodged against CM Kejriwal’s personal secretary, Bibhav Kumar, on Thursday, citing sections 308, 341, 354 D, 506, and 509 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at Civil Lines police station.
Swati Maliwal's Post-Assault Video surfaces, being told to move out
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The now-viral video captures indistinct sounds of shouting and commotion at the scene and may turn out to be the potential damning evidence of the altercation that has left AAP leadership squirming. A voice is heard ordering a woman, presumed to be Swati Maliwal, out of the premises, “I have made a call to police on 112. I will do it, I won’t succumb to your pressure,”  her voice insists in the recording.
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