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DCW chairperson accuses AAP volunteers for disrupting office

The chairperson of Delhi Commission for Women, Barkha Singh on Wednesday wrote a letter to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh accusing Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of sending workers to her office and obstructing the discharge her duties as per law. She has demanded the Home Minister to ensure peaceful environment in her office to discharge her duties as per law in a case related to AAP leader Kumar Vishwas.

In the letter, Barkha Singh has alleged that the woman supporters of AAP used abusive language against her and also against the member of the commission Madhu Tokas who has been assigned to look into the complaint related to Vishwas. The letter was also sent to Lieutenant Governor of Delhi and Delhi Police Commissioner for their references.

“In the complaint, the woman has labelled charges of mental and physical harassment against Vishwas while he had already disrespected two summons by the DCW in the matter,” said Singh, in the letter. 

Ironically, Barkha Singh has revealed the name of the victim in the letter which has been released to the media. She has used her old letter head when she was a member in Delhi Legislative Assembly.
?Meanwhile, Vishwas did not appear before DCW on Wednesday. It was the second consecutive day DCW had summoned him and his wife to sort out the matter. ?Vishwas, according to his office, could not appear as he had already left for abroad. 
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