New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party chief and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal today addressed North-east students staging sit-in at Jantar Mantar and promised them speedy justice.
He lambasted Delhi Police saying it has become 'thoroughly corrupt'.
"Had I, as chief minister asked the Delhi police commissioner to arrange Rs 10 lakhs every month for me from each police station, everything would have been fine. I would have said, police is doing its duty and law will take its own course. But this is not going to be."
"In the Danish woman rape case, I had raised the question where was the SHO, where was the beat constable. I had demanded, some heads should roll. Had I been taking money from police, the SHO would have told me, either take money or take my accountability", said Kejriwal.
"In Nido Tania's death case, it was the Delhi High Court which took suo motu cognisance and ordered magisterial probe. I hope truth will come out from the magisterial probe", said Kejriwal.