AAP MLA Naresh Yadav’s convoy attacked, 1 party worker succumbs to bullet injuries in Delhi
The Delhi Police have filed an FIR and the case is being probed in all angles. AAP MLA Naresh Yadav’s convoy was attacked when he was returning from a temple visit post his win in the Delhi Assembly elections.
New Delhi: The Delhi Police on Wednesday registered an FIR in connection with the firing incident at AAP MLA Naresh Yadav's convoy and said that all angles are being probed.
Delhi Police said that the investigation is on and that they are working "on all angles" to find out the motive behind firing the shots at Naresh Yadav's convoy.
Yadav said that police should thoroughly check the CCTV footage to identify the assailants who shot at his convoy.
Around 4 rounds were fired at the convoy of the party's MLA from Mehrauli, Naresh Yadav, while he was returning from a temple following his win in the Delhi election on Tuesday, in which one Aam Aadmi Party worker has died and another was injured.
"The incident is really unfortunate. I do not know the reason behind the attack but it happened all of a sudden. Around 4 rounds were fired. The vehicle I was in was attacked. I am sure if the police inquire properly, they will be able to identify the assailant," Naresh Yadav, AAP MLA had said.
"Two people were shot in which Ashok Man Ji has died and Harender Ji was injured. I do not know whether they attacked me in particular but they certainly targeted our convoy. Anybody could have been shot in this attack," he added confirming the development.
One volunteer Ashok Mann was killed while another volunteer Harender was injured when shots were fired at Aam Aadmi Party MLA Naresh Yadav's convoy on Tuesday night.
"Shots fired at AAP MLA @MLA_NareshYadav and the volunteers accompanying him while they were on way back from the temple. At least one volunteer has passed away due to bullet wounds. Another is injured," the party tweeted from its official handle on Wednesday.
The Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP galloped to a landslide victory by winning 62 of the 70 seats in the face of a high-voltage election campaign by the BJP, which fielded a battery of Union ministers and chief ministers in its poll campaign, spearheaded by Union home minister Amit Shah.