Swati Maliwal appealed kejriwal to save from Delhi Police

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New Delhi: Swati Maliwal, chairman of Delhi Women’s Commission, is on the fourth day of the hunger strike. On Monday, Maliwal has sought help from Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal while blaming the Delhi Police for hurting fast. Maliwal is demanding a law for the convicted rapists to be sentenced to death.

Swati Maliwal told Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal via tweet that the DCP, ACP and the doctors are harassing them. Swati wrote, “My Ketone Level 2 is nothing, which has been tried to show fake medical report on Sunday. I am on Rajghat, from where police forcefully trying to remove me. Sir, protect me.”

Wrote a letter to PM

Swati Maliwal is not ready to finish the hunger strike. She said in the letter to PM that when the currency ban can be made overnight, then why do not the Prime Minister take tough steps to protect women overnight? Maliwal said that the PM and the police forcefully trying to break my fast, if half of the energy is spend in the interest for women protection, then the country will be improved.

Her letter sent to PM was read out from the place of fast. In it Swati Maliwal wrote that I have come to Rajghat on the fourth day of my fast. A large number of police forces have been deployed here. When 73-year-old Anna Hazare and Sugar patient Arvind Kejriwal can fast, then why is the attempt to end the hunger strike of a woman, why is it going? Mr. PM, you went to London and we are fighting for the daughters here.

The Delhi Women’s Commission appealed to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to create a medical team, who will make a medical test on fixed parameters during the fast. Swati alleged that the Delhi Police received direct orders from the PMO for the abolition of the hunger strike.

In response, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, “Swati Maliwal is fighting for the protection of our daughters, and we all should support them. I appeal to Home Minister Rajnath Singh and LG Anil Baijal to give order to the Delhi Police not to harass her. The LG and the Home Minister should take steps for women’s protection.

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