The auto was seen as proof of Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi credentials with the Delhi chief minister refusing to use a government vehicle even after assuming office. Based on CCTV footage from near the Delhi Secretariat - which had shown the vehicle being stolen on Thursday - the anti-auto-theft squad (AATS) of the central district is trying to identify the person who stole the vehicle. "We are contacting control room in Delhi for verification", the Ghaziabad police said.
A Senior Police officier Said to Media that The auto was found from Mohan Nagar area of Ghaziabad.The Delhi Police yet to take the vehicle into their possession.More news: Australia to field against India in second T201
The AAP slammed lieutenant governor (L-G) Anil Baijal for the "poor" law and order situation in the city. As of now, the police could not ascertain as to who was behind the stealing of CM Kejriwal's vehicle.
"There is no damage to the vehicle and the doors were found locked".
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It was learned that Delhi Police had received CCTV footage of the incident in which it was reported that the accused is visible in the footage. "But the fact that it went missing outside the Delhi Secretariat reflects the rapidly deteriorating law and order situation in Delhi". The humble Blue hatchback, which became synonymous with Kejriwal's "aam aadmi" image, was being used by an AAP functionary, Vandana Singh, these days.
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