According to sources, Yadav has sent three complaints about Meena's alleged high-handed behaviour to Delhi's government's Department of Vigilance, which comes under Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. Sisodia has forwarded the complaints to Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and Delhi Police Commissioner Bhim Sain Bassi, they added.

"Meena is trying to threaten and pressurise me into providing FIRs filed with the Anti-Corruption Bureau pertaining to Delhi Police officials and interfering in the working of ACB. He wanted to take the FIR book out of ACB headquarters, which is not allowed in the first place. And, secondly, he is not even authorised to do it. ACB reports to the Directorate of Vigilance and not to him," Yadav told reporters.

He also rubbished media reports that he had threatened to commit suicide. "That is all rubbish; why would I want to commit suicide. I am not scared of him (Meena)," Yadav added. Sources stated Meena on Wednesday went to Yadav's office and asked for the FIR book following which a heated argument broke out between the two as Yadav refused to provide what was sought. The face-off between Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has resulted in Delhi government's ACB now having two chiefs

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