The Delhi branch of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is said to have asked that Swati Maliwal, the head of the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW), be fired because of what is said to have been a news channel “sting operation.” The operation purports to show Maliwal making controversial statements and engaging in corrupt practices.
The BJP has demanded Maliwal’s suspension, claiming that the alleged sting operation reveals serious misconduct on her part, and that an investigation must be completed before she is allowed to continue in her role as DCW chief. The party has also called for the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to investigate the matter and has urged Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to take action against Maliwal.
Maliwal, who is a close aide of Kejriwal, has denied the allegations and has stated that the sting operation is a “political conspiracy” against her. She has also accused the BJP of trying to undermine the work of the DCW and of attempting to silence her voice.
The allegations have sparked a heated debate in the political circles of Delhi, with the BJP and the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) trading accusations. The BJP has called for Maliwal’s suspension and an investigation, while the AAP has defended Maliwal and has accused the BJP of trying to undermine the work of the DCW.
It is worth noting that the authenticity of the sting operation has not been confirmed yet, and it is important to wait for the outcome of the investigation before drawing any conclusions. The DCW is a statutory body established by the Government of NCT of Delhi, it’s main role is to investigate complaints of violence and discrimination against women and it has been known to be an advocate for women’s rights and gender equality.
In summary, the Delhi unit of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has called for the suspension of Swati Maliwal, the Chief of Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) over an alleged sting operation aired on a news channel. The operation purports to show Maliwal making controversial statements and engaging in corrupt practices. The authenticity of the sting operation has not been confirmed yet and the investigation is underway.
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