New Delhi: Spelling fresh trouble for Sandeep Kumar, who was sacked by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Wednesday night, the lady in the `sex CD` on Saturday filed a case against the ex-legislator at a Delhi police station.
She claimed that Kumar had given her a 'cold drink spiked with drugs' and after drinking it, she lost her consciousness. The CD was made after Kumar was appointed as the minister, said the lady.
She alleged that she had gone to meet Kumar to take his help for a ration card.
Reacting to the claims, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted:
If woman's allegations are correct, this is v serious. Strongest exemplary punishment shud be given to Sandeep https://t.co/P9TZuxJf1I
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) September 3, 2016
Her claims came hours after the Aam Aadmi Party suspended the primary membership of Sandeep Kumar.
The AAP on Wednesday night sacked former Social Welfare and Women and Child Development Minister Sandeep Kumar after a video emerged showing him in an "objectionable position" with a woman.
On Thursday, Sandeep Kumar defended himself, saying he had resigned on his own and that he had been targeted because he was a Dalit.
In a bid to rebut the charge and accusations from elsewhere, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said he was "very pained" by what Sandeep Kumar did, which led to his sacking on grounds of morality even as the dropped minister alleged a conspiracy against him because he was a Dalit.
However, later yesterday, AAP spokesperson Ashutosh said Kumar's "consensual act" was not wrong and his sacking from the Cabinet was aimed at "perception management".
Ashutosh, in a blog on NDTV, wrote that leaders including Jawaharlal Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi had "lived with their desires beyond social boundaries".