Delhi Violence: Arvind Kejriwal demands double punishment for culprits from his party
New Delhi : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday responded over allegations that one of the Aam Aadmi Party leader was involved in the killing of Intelligence Bureau official whose body was found in the drain.
While responding he asked for double punishment if someone from his party if found guilty.
"No one, be it any party, should be spared if they are responsible for inciting violence. If anyone from AAP is found guilty, they should get double punishment," the Delhi Chief Minister told reporters, asked about Tahir Hussain.
More than 35 people have lost their lives and more than 250 people were injured in the violence-related incidents.
Ankit Sharma, whose body was found in a drain near his home in Jaffrabad, was allegedly attacked by a mob and beaten to death on his way home on Tuesday.
After the body was found on Wednesday, his father Ravinder Sharma, who is also an IB employee, alleged that supporters of Tahir Hussain had killed his son. He further alleged that his son had been shot after he was beaten; the body has been sent for an autopsy.