Cleric with bullet arrested from Kejriwal's residence

Imran has been booked under Arms Act. He claimed he found the bullets in the donation box of a mosque and kept them in his wallet.

A 39-year-old caretaker of a mosque was arrested from Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's residence for carrying live bullets when he went there to meet him.

Imran, who accompanied a group of clerics who went to meet Kejriwal to seek a hike in salary of those employed by Waqf Board, was found carrying the bullet by a security guard who frisked him, police said.

This incident comes close on the heels of a man was caught after he attempted to throw chilli powder at Kejriwal at Delhi Secretariat last week.

Imran has been booked under Arms Act. He claimed he found the bullets in the donation box of a mosque and kept them in his wallet.

"He told us he forgot about it. We are verifying the claims," a senior police official said.

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