Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's iconic Wagon R stolen

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's iconic Wagon R stolen

The blue Wagon R, which became synonymous with Kejriwal's aam aadmi image, was presently being used by AAP's media coordinator Vandana Singh.

In January 2014, the small hatchback doubled up as the venue of a cabinet meeting while the Chief Minister and his team were on a public protest against the police for alleged inaction in cracking down on a drugs and prostitution mafia in south Delhi; Mr Kejriwal was photographed sleeping next to his auto on the pavement at the time.

Sadly the iconic blue Wagon R, often dubbed as the "AAPmobile" of Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal has been stolen from Delhi secretariat in north Delhi. The vehicle was stolen when it was parked just outside the Delhi Secretariat. The Chief Minister now uses an official vehicle.

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An FIR has been registered in connection with the incident. One theory doing the rounds is that the auto may have been stolen purposefully to show Kejriwal in a weak spot.

Bharadwaj said the Lt. Governor's primary responsibility was to look after the law and order situation of the national capital and check whether the police were doing their duty properly. The Wagon R is one of the most widely used cars by the middle class households in India.

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