Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's auto stolen

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The famous blue Wagon R used by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been reported stolen - from right outside the government's headquarters in the capital. Kejriwal had been using the auto since he was an activist, according to Times Now. A theft case under IPC Section 379 has been lodged on her complaint. Apart from the petrol derivative, the auto is also available in both CNG and LPG versions. The Wagon R was called the "AAP Mobile" as Kejriwal had used to sleep and camp in it during many protests. The auto was now being used by the Aam Aadmi Party's media coordinator Vandana Singh.

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The vehicle was reportedly stolen around 2 pm on Thursday. Sources said CCTV footage showed a man boarding the vehicle around 1.04pm and driving away with it. Police said they are hunting for the auto on priority as it has a sticker allowing access to Vidhan Sabha and VIP areas.

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Even as Delhi Police jumped into action, Twitterati were not too far behind and went into overdrive to make light of what is a serious matter. Jaihind used the auto for campaigning for the Lok Sabha polls in Rohtak before Vandana took possession of the vehicle.

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