After allegations were levelled against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the central government has given Y category security to famous poet Kumar Vishwas with CRPF cover. The Center has decided based on intelligence inputs and after a thorough review.
On the previous day, sources had told that the central government is reviewing the security of former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas and may give him protection through a central agency. Under this security, 11 security personnel live together, which also includes two PSOs (Private Security Guards). No commandos are deployed in this category.
Responding to the allegations of Kumar Vishwas, CM Kejriwal had said, ‘I am the sweetest terrorist in the world, who builds schools and colleges. Sends people on pilgrimage. Such a terrorist would not have been born in the world. There are allegations against me that I have been planning for ten years to become the Prime Minister. If so, then there was Congress government for three years and BJP government for seven years, then why did they not take action.
Kumar Vishwas Security Increased
Referring to Bhagat Singh, he further said that the revolutionary was also called a terrorist by the British. All corrupt people have worked together to make Bhagat Singh’s disciple a terrorist. Responding to this, Kumar Vishwas accused Kejriwal of playing the ‘victim card’ and said he should stop maligning Bhagat Singh.
The allegations of Kumar Vishwas brought a storm in the politics of Punjab. Even Prime Minister Narendra Modi had referred to the claims made by Kumar Vishwas in his recent speech during a rally in Punjab. Addressing a rally in Punjab, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had also questioned Arvind Kejriwal’s silence on the allegations levelled against him by Kumar Vishwas.
Punjab Chief Minister Channi had also written to Union Home Minister Amit Shah requesting a fair investigation into the allegations levelled by Kumar Vishwas. In a letter to Channi on Friday, Amit Shah said he would personally look into the matter.