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AAP Gujarat-in-charge Gulab Singh Yadav pickpocketed during Kejriwal visit

Navrangpura Station Police Sub-Inspector RJ Chudasama has confirmed that a case of theft has come to light and that an FIR had been registered.

On Monday (April 14), miscreants pickpocketed AAP MLA and State-in-charge Gulab Singh Yadav and four others during Arvind Kejriwal’s visit to Ahmedabad ahead of the 2022 Gujarat State Legislative polls.

Reportedly, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal had visited the city on Monday to start off his campaign ahead of the Vidhan Sabha polls in Gujarat. He was there to inaugurate the new party office in the State. While the Delhi Chief Minister was busy cutting the ribbon, the pockets of Gulab Singh Yadav and four others were picked. The miscreants posed as AAP supporters to mingle with the crowd. Yadav is Delhi MLA and AAP’s Gujarat in-charge.

So far, the cops have detained a suspect for the theft in this case and lodged a First Information Report (FIR). Navrangpura Station Police Sub-Inspector, RJ Chudasama, confirmed that a case of theft has come to light and that an FIR had been registered. It was also reported that during the inauguration ceremony, the AAP workers did not wear masks and openly flouted the social distancing guidelines amidst the Coronavirus pandemic.

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