Man, on way to visit Kejriwal, had live bullet, arrested
The bullet was seized from him when officials were going about with the mandatory checking process.
The man, identified as Imran, was among the Muslim clerics who visited the CM with a request to raise the salary of Waqf board.
Imran claims he found bullet in mosque's donation
Upon investigation, Imran told police he found the bullets in the donation of a mosque. He added he kept them in his wallet, and later forgot about it.
Further investigation is underway.
This incident comes days after an attack on Kejriwal. On November 20, he was attacked outside his Secretariat which he was leaving for lunch.
The man threw chili powder on him.
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Attacker was waiting, threw powder on seeing Kejriwal
The attacker, identified as one Anil Kumar Sharma, was waiting at the visitor's area with chili powder hidden in a cigarette packet.
On seeing Kejriwal leave, he threw the powder at the Chief Minister before he was restrained.
Once when he was campaigning, ink was thrown at Kejriwal and he had been slapped.
Sharma's social media profiles hinted he was a BJP supporter.
Can't protect Delhi CM, PM Modi should resign: Kejriwal
Speaking at the party headquarters and attacking PM Narendra Modi, Kejriwal on Monday said the former should resign if he can't protect the Delhi CM.
"Narendra Modi should resign if he cannot protect Delhi's chief minister," he said.
"The AAP government in Delhi did much more than he (Narendra Modi) did in Gujarat in 12 years," he added taking a dig at Gujarat model.
Anil Kumar Sharma
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal
PM Narendra Modi