The video allegedly shows Kumar, 34 in unacceptable situation with two women along with a few off-putting pictures.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday ousted Sandeep Kumar from the party after a CD bearing a nine-minute of latter in an objectionable position with women was delivered to him. The video allegedly shows Kumar, 34 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.”
Reacting to the alleged sex tape of the AAP member, Twitter trolled the party and its leaders subsequently. Here are some of the reactions:
— Karthik Dwibhashyam (@dkarthiks) August 31, 2016
AAP minister #SandeepKumar sacked by Kejriwal for involvement in Sex scandal
What other crime remains to rock this rogue party?
— Archie (@Archu243) August 31, 2016
— Suresh En (@surnell) August 31, 2016
— Kumari Ratna (@imratna_) September 1, 2016
— Arvind KejriwaI (@ArvindkejriiwaI) August 31, 2016
— s. singh (@swarnaa_singh) August 31, 2016
2 years back “AAP” used to say they are a different political party, now we see they are none different from rest parties. #AAPMantriScandal
— The Villager (@rajendraseervi) September 1, 2016
After nights full of sleaze n siesta no wonder Sandeep Kumar touches wife’s feet in mornings. What a bunch of hypocrites!#AAPMantriScandal
— Archit Sood (@leavingliph) September 1, 2016
— Parveen Swami (@parveensahrawat) September 1, 2016
1.LawMinister-Fake Law Degree
— Ajay Maken (@ajaymaken) August 31, 2016
Sources in the AAP also said it was a clear message to the party. “This is to give out a message that we will not shield anyone and apply the highest standards of scrutiny to everyone. It might be said that in the case of Jitendra Tomar and Sandeep Kumar, we were forced to take action because the allegations were already in the public domain. But in the case of Asim Ahmed Khan, only we had the evidence and could have kept it all under wraps,” said a Political Action Committee (PAC) member.