A new CCTV video shows Swati Maliwal leaving Arvind Kejriwal’s house.

In the CCTV footage, Swati Maliwal stated that her attire was torn, and she sustained significant injuries to her head and leg in the attack.

A recent video from Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s home depicts Swati Maliwal being escorted out by police and security personnel. This incident unfolded on Monday, coinciding with AAP MP’s allegations of assault by the Chief Minister’s aide Bibhav Kumar.

According to her FIR, Ms. Maliwal claimed to have been brutally attacked by Bibhav Kumar during her visit to the Chief Minister’s residence. She alleged being kicked, punched, and verbally abused by Mr. Kumar, who serves as Mr. Kejriwal’s personal secretary. The 39-year-old also stated that her clothing was torn, and she sustained severe injuries to her head and leg during the assault.

However, in the newly surfaced CCTV footage, Swati Maliwal appears uninjured and is observed attempting to break free from the policewoman’s grasp.

Amidst escalating tensions, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Swati Maliwal have engaged in a heated exchange, each vehemently refuting the other’s allegations.

AAP representative Atishi has accused Ms. Maliwal of collaborating with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to undermine the party’s credibility ahead of the general election.

The event has sparked significant political uproar, with the BJP strongly condemning Mr. Kejriwal’s silence. Party spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia went to the extent of labeling Mr. Kejriwal as the “primary culprit” for his perceived failure to act during the assault.During a recent press conference in Lucknow, Mr. Kejriwal evaded inquiries about the incident, opting instead to focus on other matters. He was joined by Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Akhilesh Yadav and AAP MP Sanjay Singh. Addressing the media, Mr. Singh acknowledged Mr. Kumar’s alleged misconduct but redirected blame towards the BJP, urging accountability for women’s issues under their administration.

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