Swati Maliwal Assault Case: Maliwal’s video gets leaked moments after court statement; MP seen abusing and misbehaving with CRPF security staff

Moments after MP Swati Maliwal gave her statement against Arvind Kejriwal’s PA, Aam Aadmi Party released a video titled “Swati Ka Sach” on Friday (May 17), addressing allegations made by its own MP.

Swati Maliwal, who recently claimed that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s Personal Assistant (PA), Bibhav Kumar, verbally abused and assaulted her at the CM’s residence.

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However, Business Upturn cannot verify the authenticity of the video shared by the AAP.

This development unfolded after the Delhi Police registered a case against Kejriwal’s PA on Thursday based on Maliwal’s statement regarding the alleged assault. The incident has garnered public attention amid the ongoing Lok Sabha Elections, with polling in the national capital scheduled for May 25. The BJP has accused the AAP and Kejriwal of supporting Kumar, who is implicated in the assault case. In response, the AAP released a purported video showing Maliwal engaged in a verbal exchange with a man.

Police sources revealed that the video is only a few seconds long. They mentioned that additional videos may exist, and individuals present at the scene will be questioned regarding this matter.

“The attendance register of individuals who visited the CM House that day will be reviewed. The mobile phones of all individuals present in the drawing room at that time may also be confiscated for investigation. If CCTV cameras are installed in the waiting area, their footage will be examined,” sources stated.

“Just like before, this political actor is attempting to protect himself by mobilizing support on social media and sharing videos out of context, believing he can evade justice for his actions. Who records a video of someone being assaulted? The truth will be revealed once the CCTV footage of the house and room is scrutinized. No matter how low you stoop, God sees everything. One day, everyone’s true colors will be exposed to the world,” Swati tweeted.