1. Sandeep Kumar claims innocence, says he is being targeted for his Dalit identity

Sandeep Kumar claims innocence, says he is being targeted for his Dalit identity

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday removed Sandeep Kumar, 34, from the party after a nine-minute video featuring him with two women in "an objectionable" position was handed over to the AAP convener

By: | Updated: September 4, 2016 4:20 PM
kumar-L Taking to his Twitter account, Kumar said that an conspiracy is being deployed against him, for which he has to pay the price.

Aam Aadmi Party is facing quite a tough time handling the Opposition and others who have sharpened their knives against them. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday removed Sandeep Kumar, 34, from the cabinet after a nine-minute video featuring him with two women in “an objectionable” position was handed over to the AAP convener. Responding to these allegations, Kumar said that he was being framed for being a Dalit and that he is not the one present int he video footage.

Taking to his Twitter account, Kumar said that an conspiracy is being deployed against him, for which he has to pay the price. In a separate conversation with ANI, he also says that the way Eklavya was pulled down, the same is happening to him. His success is not being taken in a spirited manner and hence this circulation of this video. “I demand that the CD be investigated,” adds Kumar.

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The video allegedly shows Kumar, in unacceptable situation with two women along with a few off-putting pictures. Meanwhile, complainant Om Prakash alleged that the CD was handed over to the AAP convener 15 days back, however, he refused to take any action at that time. Defending this, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said, “We received a CD with objectionable content. Within half an hour of receiving the CD, the minister was sacked.”

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