Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal met union Home Minister Rajnath Singh here on Saturday evening, a Delhi government official said.
His meeting with Rajnath Singh took place a day after Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia revealed that the Delhi CM had written a "secret note" to the union home minister about allegations of corruption against M.K. Meena, a senior police officer and head of Delhi's Anti-Corruption Branch.
Kejriwal was accompanied by Sisodia during his meeting with Rajnath Singh.
Delhi government officials, however, called it a "general meeting" not related to any controversial issue.
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