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Arvind Kejriwal criticises law & order situation in Delhi

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New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday without naming anyone criticised the law and order situation in the national capital after a firing incident took place at Delhi’s Saket Court premises.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal criticized the current Law & Order situation in the national capital and tweeted, “The law and order situation in Delhi has completely broken down. Instead of obstructing the work of others and doing dirty politics on everything, everyone should focus on their own work. And if he does not manage, then he should resign so that someone else can do it.”

Earlier in the morning, a firing incident took place outside South Delhi’s Saket Court no 3, sources said.

It is reported that around four rounds were fired by a person who dressed up as a lawyer. A woman was injured during the incident of firing, now she has been rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment, sources said.

Several teams of Delhi Police have reached the spot and started investigating the matter and trying to ascertain the reason of the firing incident, sources said.

When the Delhi Police was contacted

regarding this incident, officials said they would share the details soon as investigation is underway.

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