Job scam: FIR against Swati Maliwal also alleges Kejriwal involvement
New Delhi : Another controversy is set to hit Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as his name gets a mention in a FIR filed against Delhi Commission for Women chairperson Swati Maliwal, over her alleged involvement in a recruitment scam. However, there is no mention of his role.
Kejriwal once again posted the blame on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying the FIR has been filed in his directions.
“How can they name me without my role in it? Or has it become so easy for any agency to file a case against the Chief Minister. It is clear that the FIR has the PM’s nod,” he said.
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# Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's name gets mentioned in FIR against Swati Maliwal in job scam.
# Kejriwal calls it baseless as there is no mention of his role in it, also blamed it onto PM Narendra Modi.
# FIR mentions him in the list of suspects, he is not an accused so far: ACB chief MK Meena
# Congress’ Barkha Shukla Singh had filed complaint alleging job scam by DCW chief Swati Maliwal.
# "85 people who are AAP members and workers were hired by the DCW without advertising for the post," mentiones FIR.
# Swati Maliwal refuted the charges and defended her recruitment process.
# “We recruited acid attack survivors and women from Nari Niketan. If this is nepotism, then I am willing to go to jail,” she said.
# Delhi government is planning to hold a special session over the FIR and the other incidents.