Deputy Commissioner of Police Mandeep Singh Randhawa told IANS: "We have received a complaint regarding theft of a blue colour WagonR auto bearing registration number DL9CG9769 from AAP". Police is looking into the matter and trying to get the CCTV footage.
At present, the mid-2000s Maruti WagonR was being used by the Aam Aadmi Party's media coordinator Vandana Singh.
Emphasizing on the security issues, AAP's spokesperson said: "Delhi Police has completely failed in providing safety to public".
Dubbed as "AAP Mobile" the vehicle gained popularity when Kejriwal used to protest against Delhi police in 2014.
AAP spokesperson Saurabh Bharadwaj said that the theft of the Chief Minister's auto in broad daylight shows the state of the law and order in the city. People have been seeing the blue WagonR even before Arvind Kejriwal came to power. After using it during his famous 49-day-stint, Mr Kejriwal gave it to Naveen Jaihind, the party's Haryana incharge.
Bharadwaj said the Lt. Governor's primary responsibility was to look after the law and order situation of the national capital and check whether the police were doing their duty properly.