New Delhi: Amid reports that the Delhi Police has given a clean chit to AAP leader Kumar Vishwas in a molestation case, the poet-turned politician on Monday questioned whether those who engaged in his "character assassination" would apologise to him now.
"Are those supari-journalists, political parasites, ill-intended people including former DCW chief Ms Barkha Shukla Singh and misguided sponsored tweeple running negative hashtags going to come out and apologise for such an attempt of character assassination based on nothing? "Anyways, Another conspiracy exposed, another truth revealed! Keep planting such conspiracies against me, will Face, will Fight, will Rise!?#?VishwasAtalRaha?" Vishwas said in a post on his Facebook page.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal too came in support of his friend, saying "Will those TV channels, who said dirty things about Vishwas at that time, have decency and courage to apologise to him now?" Kejriwal tweeted.
Delhi Police today filed an status report before a court here on a plea filed by a party volunteer seeking registration of an FIR against Vishwas for allegedly molesting her.
According to sources, the police has said in its report that it could find nothing to substantiate the allegations levelled by the complainant against Vishwas.
The court had on December 21 asked the police to file a status report as to whether any FIR has been registered on the complaint.
The woman, in her complaint seeking registration of FIR against Vishwas, had alleged he had molested her here.
She claimed that she had approached the police with her complaint but no action was taken against the leader.