This time he was seen shouting at police personnel who had come to prevent him and other AAP leaders from entering an MCD office in South Delhi’s Green Park locality.
The AAP claims MCD workers were targeting people who had supported the party and were pulling down illegal parts of their buildings.
Last month, Bharti was embroiled in a controversy after a mid-night raid on some Ugandan women in Khriki Extension. Bharti had accused some foreign nationals of being involved in a drugs-and-prostitution racket and had even taken four Ugandan women to AIIMS for a blood test. At least two women had since filed complaints against Bharti.
Despite being under fire, defiant Bharti had claimed that he stood vindicated since he had tried to unearth a prostitution-and-drugs racket in Khirki Extension.
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The incident had forced the Union Ministry of External Affairs to convene a meeting of diplomats from African nations.