Maliwal, whose appointment triggered a fresh confrontation between LG Najeeb Jung and the AAP government, also claimed that all files had been taken away from her office.

"Why my office has been locked and why my name plate and that of other members removed from the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) office.... I will work for the cause of women and will make DCW the strongest in the world," the 30-year-old activist said this morning.

Later, her office at Vikas Sadan in ITO locality was found open but her name plate was removed. When asked about the office being open contrary to her claims, she cited her staff had gone to the office in the morning and found it locked.

"It could have been opened later may be due to media pressure or any other reason. But it was locked in the morning. Since we were told we cannot sign any files, in a way the Commission closed down," she told reporters.

Asked why she had not gone to the DCW office, "I am not a DCW poster girl who will only work if she gets the top post, I will continue to work the way I have been working." Maliwal last night had claimed that Lt Governor Najeeb Jung's office had communicated to her office not to come to office from tomorrow and that all the files will be taken away.

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