The "conspiracy" of assault on Prakash was "hatched" at Kejriwal's residence so it was no surprise that he was to be questioned by the police, alleged Vijender Gupta, BJP legislator and Leader of Opposition in the Delhi Assembly.
"The chief minister should cooperate in investigation instead of indulging in politics over it," Gupta said.
He also criticised the Delhi Police for delaying the questioning of Kejriwal in connection with the case.
"It is a delayed step by the police. I fail to understand why police was hesitant in questioning him," he said.
The police have already questioned 11 AAP MLAs who were present at the chief minister's residence for the meeting on February 19 in which Prakash was allegedly attacked.
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