Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said his car was attacked in Ludhiana in Punjab.

“My car attacked with sticks and stones in Ludhiana. Front glass pane broken. Badals and Congress nervous? They can’t break my spirits,” he tweeted.

AAP leader and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal started his five-day visit to Punjab on Thursday to boost the political prospects of the Aam Aadmi Party.

Kejriwal, who arrived here on a regular flight from Delhi, drove immediately to Sangrur town in Punjab. He was received here by top AAP leaders of the Punjab unit and some party leaders from Delhi.

“I am starting my five-day trip of Punjab today. I will be visiting villages and meeting with common people,” Kejriwal told the media after landing here.

Just few days ago, Delhi Police launched a probe in “threat” mail received on Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s official e-mail address, with regard to which a complaint was lodged at central Delhi’s IP Estate police station.

According to the complaint, a mail was received in the chief minister’s official e-mail address on February 15 in reference to a comment posted on a YouTube video earlier.

The “self-explanatory” contents of the e-mail, sent by an account named after one Gaurav Kumar, posed “death threat” to the CM, the complaint read.

The complaint was lodged on February 15, following which a non-cognizant report was registered at central Delhi’s IP Estate police station, which has Delhi Secretariat under its
jurisdiction, police said.

“We are looking into the matter,” a senior police official said.

(With agencies input)