Delhi Women Commission chief Swati Maliwal’s phone stolen, recovered

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New Delhi, 31 December: A thief in the Paharganj area of โ€‹โ€‹central Delhi stole the mobile phone of Delhi Women Commission chairperson Swati Maliwal.

Menawhile, the police officers were shocked when the matter was reported. A search for the phone was started immediately. A few hours after the incident, the Paharganj Police Station arrested the accused from Paharganj with the help of technical surveillance. Swati Maliwal’s phone was also recovered from him.

The accused arrested has been identified as Rohan alias Vinod (25) years. He lives in Paharganj area. There is already a case resgistered against Rohan at Nabi Karim police station in this regard for which he had also gone to jail. Police is investigating the case by questioning the accused.

According to the police, on Monday evening, Swati Maliwal came for counseling with her team in Paharganj area. Meanwhile on reaching Paharganj, an e-rickshaw driver was quarreling with the lady riding in his e-rickshaw. Swati intercepted to sort out matter between the two by stopping the car. A crowd gathered on the spot, taking advantage of this, someone took Swati’s mobile out of her pocket. When Swati came to know about this, she called the police on the spot and submitted her complaint to the police. Since the matter was with the chairperson of the Delhi Commission for Women, the police officers put their full force. The investigation was proceeded after questioning of technical surveillance and informants. When the last location of the mobile was removed, it was found to be from Paharganj.