Following reports of the auto going missing, the Aam Aadmi Party took a veiled dig at the Centre saying that Delhi lieutenant governor Anil Baijal, who reports to the central government, "should focus more on law and order" in the national capital than on "holding up files". The auto was stolen when it was parked just outside the Delhi Secretariat. "It went missing around 1 am", a senior police official told PTI. The auto was widely used by Kejriwal during various campaigns and protests in his political career.
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Motlohi could not estimate when the port would be opened again but said it is unlikely it will open on Wednesday. Sounding surveys indicate that there is some obstruction on the seabed that could pose a risk to navigation.
In 2015, Sharma had made a demand that it be returned. That said, the auto was gifted to the tax man turned politician by an Indian living overseas Kundan Sharma and was also called the AAP Mobile.
"We deserve what we accept for". The blue coloured hatchback was synonymous with the Chief Minister during his Delhi election campaign in 2013, and was largely hailed as the CM's "aam aadmi" roots. More details about the theft are awaited.