Delhi Police on Friday refuted the charges alleged by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) regarding the raids at the call centers in Delhi. AAP leaders have alleged that the police raided the call centers without any search warrants and was questioning the employees.
“We have registered a First Information Report (FIR) following complaints regarding the bogus calls about the Delhi’s electoral rolls and its investigations are underway. As far as the allegations against us (Delhi Police) are concerned, we have already responded about them to the Election Commission,” said Satish Golchha, Delhi Special Commissioner of Police (Crime and Economic Offense Wing).
“Moreover, no call center owners have filed a complaint regarding harassment by our investigating team members. Relevant facts of the matter are being ascertained. The investigation is being conducted strictly in accordance with the law,” said the Special CP.
“Nobody has been arrested in the case so far. We are ascertaining facts from the call centers from where such calls have been made,” the Special CP added.
On Tuesday, AAP had alleged that the BJP was using Delhi Police to harass people appointed by the party for campaigning through telephone calls. Both the BJP and Delhi Police refuted the allegations. In February this year, the poll panel lodged a complaint against AAP alleging that in the party’s telephonic ads Delhiites were being told about 30 lakh deleted votes.