New Delhi,jan,15 : NGO Maulik Bharat Trust has challenged his application for a change of address ahead of assembly elections. The NGO has written to the Chief Election Commissioner requesting him not to issue Kejriwal a voter ID from B K Dutt colony. Claiming that AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal is not a resident of Delhi,
In its letter to the CEC, dated January 13, 2015, the NGO has challenged Kejriwal’s application for change of address from Tilak Marg to B K Dutt colony. A few days back, AAP had withdrawn its first application in which Kejriwal had applied for a change of address from Tilak Marg to Vittalbhai Patel House on Rafi Marg.
This has given BJP an opportunity to attack AAP. This is double standards. He is provided police protection by Ghaziabad Police, but he claims he lives in Delhi. How is this possible?
Members of Maulik Bharat Trust say the new application should also be cancelled on the same grounds. We have got an RTI reply from Ghaziabad Police in which it has stated that he lives in Kaushambi (Ghaziabad). We had given adequate proof to the election commission based on which his first application was cancelled on January 9. He later filed another application for change of address on the same day, said Ajay Aggarwal, secretary of Maulik Bharat Trust.