Case filed against Kejri’s daughter for bribery


New Delhi: Recently in the headlines for the Gamlin row, it appears that Kejriwal’s troubles are not seemed to be over in the near future. A case has been filed by the former Chief Secretary Umesh Sehgal, at the ACB (Anti-corruption Bureau) against Delhi CM’s daughter for trying to bribe an RTO official.

The pick of the day is that Kejriwal himself mentioned the incident. It is well known that bribing is a criminal offence.

Claiming that corruption has come down by 70-80 per cent after the AAP came to power, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday spoke of how his daughter Harshita tested an official by offering a ‘bribe’. The officer reportedly refused to take it.

Sharing his daughter’s experience, Kejriwal said officials are now afraid of taking bribes. “My daughter went to get a learner’s driving licence and was waiting for her turn. She told the officer that she is not carrying one of the required certificates and the officer declined to make her licence,” he said.

On the other hand a city court on Monday fixed July 26 for hearing a criminal complaint seeking action against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for allegedly exhorting voters to take bribe from Congress and BJP and vote for AAP in the last assembly elections.