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Delhi Women Commission chief Swati Maliwal alleges attack on house, cars damaged




Swati Maliwal

New Delhi: Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chief Swati Maliwal on Monday alleged attack on her house in North Delhi’s Civil Lines by unknown person and also shared pictures of her cars being vandalized.

She hasn’t blamed anyone for the attack but stated that she will file a complaint with police.

The DCW chief took to Twitter to shared the pictures of damaged cars parked outside her house. The two cars are owned by her & her mother. When the unknown intruder entered their residence & vandalized the cars, the duo were not at home.

“Thankfully, my mother and I were not at home, otherwise, I don’t know what would have happened!”, she tweeted.

She also made it clear that such tactics won’t intimate her and she will continue to do the work fearlessly.

Kejriwal urges for LG’s intervention

Taking cognizance of the attack on DCW chief’s residence, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kerjriwal lamented that law & order situation in the capital was on a downward spiral but it was time that LG VK Saxena takes urgent steps to ramp it up.

“Even the chairperson of the Delhi Commission for Women is not safe. I hope that LG sahib will invest some time to fix the law-and-order situation,” CM Kejriwal tweeted.

The attack on Swati Maliwal’s residence comes in the back of rape threats that she was getting on social media. She had demanded filmmaker Sajid Khan ‘s eviction from the Bigg Boss show and also stringent action for alleged sexual harassment & exploitation of women in the industry.

The filmmaker recently got into fresh trouble as several women raked up his ‘MeToo moment’ and spoke out on how he ‘harassed them’ for a role.