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Man Arrested for Graffiti Threats Against Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi Metro

Delhi Police have arrested Ankit Goyal for writing threatening messages targeting Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal at two metro stations.

Accused Identified

The Delhi Police have arrested 32-year-old Ankit Goyal, who is accused of writing threatening messages against Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal. The graffiti was found at the Patel Nagar and Rajiv Chowk metro stations in the national capital.

Background of the Accused

Ankit Goyal, a resident of Bareilly, works at a renowned bank. Despite his high educational qualifications, he is not affiliated with any political party, police sources confirmed. Goyal had traveled from Bareilly to Greater Noida with the intention of purchasing a house and was staying at a five-star hotel during his visit.

Police Action and Investigation

The Metro Unit of the Delhi Police has registered a First Information Report (FIR) against Goyal and initiated an investigation into the matter. According to sources, police are also exploring Goyal’s mental health status, although no concrete evidence has been provided regarding his psychological condition.

Political Reactions

Following the discovery of the graffiti, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of orchestrating the incident. AAP leaders claimed that the BJP was rattled by the prospect of losing all seven constituencies in Delhi in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections. However, these claims have not been substantiated with any evidence.

The arrest of Ankit Goyal has added a new dimension to the political tensions in Delhi, with the incident stirring significant public and media interest. As the investigation continues, more details are expected to emerge about Goyal’s motivations and the circumstances surrounding the graffiti.

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