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. Being a high profile case, police prefers to stay tight lipped.
A blue colour Wagon R owned by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was stolen from outside Delhi secretariat on Thursday afternoon. Kejriwal, who has been fighting to get control of the police forces in Delhi, questioned the police about where its attention was these days.
After Vandana Singh approached the IP Estate police station with her complaint, the police swung into action. Mr Kejriwal used to travel only in this auto, and no other vehicle.
Emphasizing on the security issues, AAP's spokesperson said: "Delhi Police has completely failed in providing safety to public".
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The Wagon R, gifted by an AAP supporter living overseas, was dubbed the "AAP Mobile".
In 2015, Sharma had made a demand that it be returned. He had used it to demonstrate his party's commitment to fight VIP culture in Delhi.
While talking to The Statesman, Vandana Singh said: "This vehicle is very important for the whole party".