In a shocking incident, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal's personal vehicle was stolen from right outside the Delhi Secretariat on Thursday. Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has a lot of supporters from middle class income groups, and this is exactly why the Wagon R was being used extensively to create a favorable image of AAP among the masses. Singh is said to have filed a police complaint at the IP Estate police station about the theft that occurred at around 1 pm.More news: Sergio Aguero coy on Manchester City return date
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.More news: United States to pull out of UNESCO
In 2015, Sharma had made a demand that it be returned.More news: Auburn hires law firm to investigate academic misconduct allegations
"We deserve what we accept for". The blue coloured hatchback was synonymous with the Chief Minister during his Delhi election campaign in 2013, and was largely hailed as the CM's "aam aadmi" roots. In 2015, the auto made headlines when AAP supporter Kundan Sharma, who had donated the blue WagonR to the chief minister, demanded its return+, to protest the ouster of party leaders Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav.
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