The party shared a number of cases where its workers, volunteers and MLAs were 'falsely charged' by Delhi Police and later acquitted by the judiciary. More such cases would be made public to 'expose' the police, AAP Delhi convenor Dilip Pandey said.

"Today political vendetta is at its height and the subsequent misuse of Central government agencies," he said. The move comes days after the party levelled charges of corruption against police commissioner BS Bassi, which were categorically denied by the top cop.
    
"Few AAP volunteers were accused of murdering a constable during the protests in the aftermath of the 2012 Dec 16 gang rape incident. Later, a metropolitan magistrate had rejected the case outright," Greater Kailash MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj said.
    
Pandey said that in numerous instances police was castigated by the judiciary, including the higher courts, for failing to produce evidences after 'concocting' such cases against AAP volunteers.
    
"Police is acting as (Prime Minister) Modi's tool and is after everyone who is associated with AAP. They are relentlessly implicating our workers based on false charges," Pandey said. "Is being an AAP worker the biggest crime in this country?" he asked.

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