Kejriwal’s dharna demanding the suspension of Delhi Police personnel entered the second day on Tuesday. The Chief Minister, who spent last night at the protest site, has said that he will continue his dharna till all the demands are met.

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Defying prohibitory orders in force in the high-security area, Kejriwal accompanied by six of his ministers, came down hard on the Congress-led UPA government at the Centre for the current situation arising from their demand for action against officials who refused to raid an alleged drug and prostitution racket in an area in South Delhi.

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"Some people are saying that I am an anarchist. I am spreading disorder. I agree I am an anarchist," he said on Monday.

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The Chief Minister asked honest officials among the police force to take leave and join him in the agitation.

Earlier, Union Home Minster Sushilkumar Shinde said, "He should maintain 'garima' (dignity) of the chair of Chief Minister and wait till the judicial probe is completed. After all he is a Chief Minister...,(which is) a high post. He should cooperate."
    
He said, "Ordering judicial inquiry means fixing of responsibility in an impartial manner. There is no interference in the probe. The Lt Governor has made it clear that the probe will be expedited”
    
"In inquiry everything will come out (as to) who is guilty and who is not. I am in touch with Delhi Police," he added.

(JPN/Agencies)

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