In the aftermath of Delhi Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash being allegedly thrashed by Aam Admi Party members has led to the arrest of AAP MLA Prakash Jarwal following the heated incident on Tuesday night.
The chief secretary had alleged in his complaint that he was sitting on a sofa flanked by Amantullah and another AAP MLA during the meeting.
He also claimed he was roughed up.
In his complaint, Prakash, a 1986-batch IAS officer of the Arunachal Pradesh-Goa-Mizoram and Union Territory (AGMUT) cadre, alleged that at the meeting, an attempt was made to "compel" him to follow "unlawful directions". "I am deeply pained by the happenings involving the Chief Secretary of the Delhi Government".
"Delhi Police arrested elected MLA without any evidence".
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According to reports, the Delhi IAS association in the national capital had a meeting L-G in this regard and they are moving forward to file an FIR.
"From the footage, it is clear the chief secretary does not seem to have been assaulted or roughed up".
DASS, DANICS, IAS and other associations of Delhi government employees formed a coordination committee comprising of representatives of all associations. "Officers expect dignity and self-respect to be protected", the Indian Police Service (IPS) officers association said.
"Delhi Chief Secretary says he was beaten by AAP MLAs".
"It is shocking that such an incident has been stated to have occurred at the official residence of the Chief Minister, carried out by sitting MLAs", the statement read.
"The Chief Minister directed me to answer the MLAs and explain the reasons for the delay in the release of the TV campaign".
"They [police] will take action in accordance with law".