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‘Why Kejriwal isn’t taking action against Bibhav?' Assam CM on Swati Maliwal ‘assault’ case

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Thursday launched a scathing attack on his Delhi counterpart over Swati Maliwal alleged assault case, asking ‘why is he still roaming with Bibhav Kumar and not taking any action against him?’

“There should not be any politics on this. We are not aligned with her (Swati Maliwal) ideologically, but when there is a crime against women, it is our job to raise our voices. Swati Maliwal has filed a complaint to the ," the BJP leader said as quoted by ANI. 

"Kejriwal has become a criminal now. The question is, why is Arvind Kejriwal silent? Where was he when it was happening? Was he in the same room or not? Why is Kejriwal still roaming with that man (Bibhav Kumar)? Why is he not taking action against him?" he asked. 

On May 13, AAP Rajya Sabha MP Swati Maliwal reportedly went to the Civil Lines police station and alleged that a member of Arvind Kejriwal's personal staff “assaulted" her. However, she did not file a formal complaint with the police.

Following this, a two-member team of the Delhi Police took in which she informed the police about the incident at the chief minister's residence. The police officer mentioned that they might initiate a complaint process regarding the "assault" matter.

A case has been registered under Indian Penal Code sections: 354 (Assault or criminal force on a woman with intent to outrage her modesty), 506 (criminal intimidation), 509 (Word gesture or act of intent to insult), 323 (Assault) and other sections of IPC. 

Maliwal on Thursday said she had given her statement to the police and hoped an “appropriate action" would be taken against the accused. In a post on X (formerly Twitter), the wrote, “What happened to me was extremely bad. I have given my

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