Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kerjiwal’s stolen Blue Wagon R car has been recovered from Ghaziabad’s Mohan Nagar on Saturday morning. A sword has been found in the car's back seat.
The car had been earlier stolen on October 12 from outside of Delhi Secretariat. An FIR had been registered regarding the stolen car by Delhi Police.
The car was donated to Kejriwal by Kundan Sharma, a software engineer, in January 2013.
It was very famous as Kejriwal had used it on many occasions during his protests in the national capital. The Wagon R was called the "AAP Mobile" as Kejriwal had used to sleep and camp in it during many protests.
Further, it was used as a symbol by Kejriwal to fight against the VVIP culture among government office incumbents. Kejriwal had also used this car during campaigning of first election that he contested in Delhi.
Blue Wagon R car which was earlier used by Arvind Kejriwal and had been stolen on Oct 12 has been recovered from Ghaziabad pic.twitter.com/MFgvvrUdWe— ANI (@ANI) October 14, 2017