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Video: Tears, Hugs, Wishes… Emotions Pour As Swati Maliwal Signs Off As DCW Chief

An emotional side of Swati Maliwal can be seen embracing her DCW team members in the video. On the final day of Maliwal's tenure, her teammates have also be seen crying.

Edited By : News24 Desk | Updated: Jan 5, 2024 17:02 IST
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Emotions Pour As Swati Maliwal Signs Off As DCW Chief
Emotions Pour As Swati Maliwal Signs Off As DCW Chief

On Friday, January 5, the Chief of the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW), Swati Maliwal, tendered her resignation. After receiving an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) nomination for the Rajya Sabha, Swati Maliwal resigned from her position. As Maliwal was leaving her officer, she started crying. Online, a video of a moved Maliwal bidding farewell to her teammates appeared.

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Swati Maliwal gets emotional while resigning

An emotional side of Swati Maliwal can be seen embracing her DCW team members in the video. On the final day of Maliwal’s tenure, her teammates have also be seen crying. Maliwal advised the Delhi Chief Minister on public issues prior to joining the DCW. She had a significant role in the Indian Against Corruption movement led by Arvind Kejriwal.

On Friday, party leaders announced that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) had re-nominated incumbent Rajya Sabha MPs Sanjay Singh and ND Gupta for a second term, as well as Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chairwoman Swati Maliwal for the Rajya Sabha. The political affairs committee, led by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, made the declaration.

Who is Swali Maliwal? 

The former DCW was born in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh on October 15, 1984. Swati Maliwal is a strong supporter of social justice and women’s rights. Maliwal has been linked to a number of campaigns and groups that support gender equality, call for tougher legislation, and fight violence against women.

According to the Hindustan Times, Maliwal was also a key player in the Indian Against Corruption movement, which was headed by Arvind Kerjwal and Anna Hazare, and one of the youngest members. Naveen Jaihind, the leader of the AAP, was her husband. Their divorce was finalized in February 2020.

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First published on: Jan 05, 2024 04:55 PM IST

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