Sex CD case: Devices used to film video recovered from Sandeep Kumar's house
A woman complainant approached Sandeep Kumar around 8-10 months back for providing her a ration card, whereupon the minister asked her to visit him at his office in Sultanpuri.
New Delhi: The Delhi Police on Wednesday recovered three electronic devices, allegedly used for filming a 'sex video', from the residence of sacked Aam Aadmi Party MLA Sandeep Kumar.
The devices, including a mobile phone, have been sent to a laboratory for forensic examination, said India Today.
As per the Delhi Police, the devices were secretively used to make the video at the former minister's office-cum-residence in Sultanpuri.
The video, which has gone viral, shows Kumar in a compromising position with a woman.
The Delhi Police told Tis Hazari courts complex on Monday the woman complainant approached Kumar around 8-10 months back for providing her a ration card, whereupon the minister asked her to visit him at his office-cum-residence.
Kumar told her that he will provide her a ration card and job to her sons and offered her a cold drink, after drinking which the woman felt dizzy, the police said.
Taking advantage of the woman's drowsiness Kumar committed "sexual assault" on her, Delhi Police said.
The former Social Welfare and Women and Child Development Minister was arrested on September 03 after the woman approached Sultanpuri police station in north Delhi with a complaint of sexual harassment against him.
A case was filed and Kumar booked under Sections 376 (punishment for rape) and 328 (causing hurt by means of poison, with intent to commit an offence) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
He was also charged under the Information Technology Act's Section 67A (punishment for publishing or transmitting of material containing sexually explicit act in electronic form).
Kumar was sacked on Wednesday after the alleged "sex video" involving him went viral. On Thursday, Kumar defended himself, saying he had resigned on his own and alleged that he was being targeted for being a Dalit.
(With Agency inputs)