1. We have changed DCW drastically, that’s what is troubling them, says Swati Maliwal

We have changed DCW drastically, that’s what is troubling them, says Swati Maliwal

On Saturday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted that the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) Chief Swati Maliwal was likely to be arrested and then removed as this is what PM Modi and Lt. governor Najeeb Jung wants.

By: | Updated: August 27, 2016 3:12 PM
Swati-Maliwal-L Lashing those who are against her, she said that if they are so able, then they should show that by stopping the crime rate against women.

On Saturday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted that the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) Chief Swati Maliwal was likely to be arrested and then removed as this is what PM Modi and Lt. governor Najeeb Jung wants. Reacting to this, Maliwal in a series of tweets said that she had changed DCW from a defunct body to a sincere body working for the rights of women and challenged the fact that her tenure was indeed better than former chief Barkha’s.

Maliwal in Hindi tweeted that those who are after her, won’t get anything in their hands. Lashing those who are against her, she said that if they are so able, then they should show that by stopping the crime rate against women.

“I will fight for women. I am not afraid of going behind the bars. The kind of work that I have done for women, it’ll result in a 100 more women like me”, tweeted DCW chief.

The Aam Aadmi National convenor alleged that the Prime Minister and LG were hell bent on getting Maliwal arrested and could also soon remove her from the DCW chief post.

Kejriwal’s remarks comes after Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) conducted a raid at the Delhi Commission for Women’s (DCW) office. Delhi’s ACB carried searches at DCW office on August 18, following complaints by a former Delhi Chief Secretary Omesh Sehgal and an ex-chief of the panel Barkha Shukla Singh.

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