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Arvind Kejriwal's iconic blue WagonR stolen: Twitter goes insane!

Arvind Kejriwal's iconic blue WagonR stolen: Twitter goes insane!

Mumbai: American media company Vice is set to launch An Insignificant Man - a biographical film on Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.

Vandana Singh, member of AAP's media cell, reported the matter at IP estate police station.

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The auto was being used by Vandana Singh, the Aam Aadmi Party's in-charge of youth wing and the party's media coordinator, and was often seen parked at the party office at Central Delhi's Deen Dayal Upadhya Marg.

After registering a theft FIR in the case, the Delhi police formed teams to trace the stolen vehicle. "The police are examining the CCTV camera's footage of the secretariat and efforts are on to identify the accused person". Jaihind used the auto for campaigning for the Lok Sabha polls in Rohtak before Vandana took possession of the vehicle.

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"CM's personal vehicle was lifted from outside the Delhi Secretariat and the entire event has been recorded by CCTV camera". It is still in the name of AAP, but Mr Kejriwal no longer uses this vehicle.

After using it during his famous 49-day-stint, Kejriwal gave it to Naveen Jaihind, the party's Haryana incharge. The AAP leader's WagonR was stolen from near Delhi Secretariat.

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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.