BJP, which also condemned the incident, however, appeared trashing the conspiracy charge saying there is a need to go to bottom of it to understand and expose whether it was an individual effort or someone was behind it.
Ink was thrown at Kejriwal by a young woman, who appeared to be in her 20s, when the Chief Minister was addressing a 'thanksgiving' rally following success of his government's odd-even experiment.

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The incident prompted angry reaction from AAP government with Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia slamming the Delhi Police by calling the incident a major security lapse and wondered whether it was 'sitting in readiness to stage an attack on Kejriwal'.
"I can see a BJP conspiracy. They want to take advantage of such a situation and attack Kejriwal and the entire Cabinet. They may also kill people because they cannot stand the success of the odd-even scheme and AAP's popularity among the masses. Police is a part of the conspiracy", he told reporters.

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