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Delhi police did not allow the Aam Aadmi Party to protest

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Apart from this, Delhi Police takes several other measures—such as patrolling 50 moving police vehicles, so that quick action can be taken in case of any incident. Gate No. 3 of Patel Chowk Metrorail Station, Lok Kalyan Marg and Gate No. 5 of Central Secretariat were kept closed as a precautionary measure. Police said that no one will be allowed to protest anywhere.

The Delhi Police had earlier warned the public that traffic may be disrupted on several major roads. They said that if you want to travel through all those roads, you have to leave with enough time.

Similar to AAP's protest programme, Delhi BJP also took a counter programme. They called for a gathering at Feroz Shah Kotla. From there, BJP leaders, workers and supporters will march to the Delhi Secretariat. Delhi BJP President Birendra Sachdev said that their demand is that Kejriwal should either resign after his arrest or be sacked.

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