Arvind Kejriwal's blue Wagon R auto stolen

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The police are working on some clues and hope to solve the case soon.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today got yet another opportunity to target the BJP government when his favorite Wagon R auto was stolen from the ITO area in the national capital. From the days of campaigning during his first election in 2013 to becoming the CM, the auto remained his choice of commute. Kejriwal share a long association with this blue vehicle since it has been with him since long. "It went missing around 1 pm", a senior police official said. The Wagon R was called the "AAP Mobile" as Kejriwal had used to sleep and camp in it during many protests.

After Vandana Singh approached the IP Estate police station with her complaint, the police swung into action. In 2015, Sharma had even demanded it back after the ouster of Prashant Bhushan and Yogender Sharma from the party. Jaihind used the auto for campaigning for the Lok Sabha polls in Rohtak before Vandana took possession of the vehicle. The same happened when Arvind Kejriwal's "AAPmobile" which is a symbol of commitment towards fighting the VIP culture with simplicity was stolen.

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