The Punjab police authorities supposedly attacked a Delhi-based columnist during a question and answer session at the Imperial Hotel on April 26, which was tended to by Arvind Kejriwal and Bhagwant Mann.
New Delhi: An argument has been enrolled against the officials of Punjab police regarding the supposed attack on a columnist in the public capital, Delhi police sources said today.
Sources said the Punjab police authorities supposedly attacked a Delhi-based columnist during a question and answer session at the Imperial Hotel on April 26, which was tended to by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, and his Punjab partner Bhagwant Mann.
Delhi Police have recorded the case based on an objection documented by the columnist.
Writer Naresh Vats, who works for “Hindustan Post”, claimed that he was banished from going to the joint question and answer session in spite of showing his PIB card to the police. At the point when faced, the Punjab police authorities, who were available at the Imperial Hotel, genuinely and obnoxiously attacked him, the columnist affirmed.
In his grievance, Mr Vats likewise claimed that no move was made by both of the Chief Ministers however they were educated about the attack.
The Press Club of India and the Chandigarh Press Club have emphatically censured the supposed attack and requested activity against the blamed police authorities.
Recently, Mr Mann visited a mohalla facility, an administration clinic, and schools in Delhi to find out about the prescribed procedures of the AAP model of administration.
The Punjab Chief Minister said that it was vital to redo the current foundation in the center areas of school training and wellbeing as these straightforwardly contribute towards human asset improvement.