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Delhi News Live Updates: Bank of Baroda employee arrested for vandalizing metro coach and signboards with threats directed at Kejriwal

Delhi News Live Updates: The accused wrote messages using abusive language to Arvind Kejriwal on the walls of a metro coach and signboards at Rajiv Chowk and Patel Chowk stations (Screenshot of CCTV footage)

A 33-year-old Bank of Baroda employee has been arrested by the Delhi Police for vandalizing a metro coach and signboards at Rajiv Chowk and Patel Chowk stations with threatening messages aimed at Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. CCTV footage from the metro stations captured the man, identified as Goel, writing on the signboards, which ultimately led to his arrest.

Delhi continues to experience relentless heat, with the India Meteorological Department issuing a heatwave warning for the national capital from May 22 to May 25. On Wednesday, temperatures are expected to fluctuate between 31 and 45 degrees Celsius.

As Phase 6 of the elections approaches in Delhi, the capital is abuzz with campaign activities. This evening at 6 PM, Prime Minister Modi will address a rally in the Dwarka Lok Sabha constituency. Meanwhile, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal accused the PM of being obsessed with arrests, stating, “Every morning, Modi wakes up thinking about whom to put in jail. It seems to consume his thoughts day and night.”

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