Thursday, September 1st, 2016

Sleaze video: Kejriwal’s sting idea for citizens to expose corruption stings AAP

Jaimon Mathew Varghese | September 1, 2016 1:51 am Print
Aam Aadmi Party chief and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal would never have thought that his proposal to the citizen of the national capital to conduct sting operations to expose corruption would come back to bite AAP as it did recently when his minister Sandeep Kumar was allegedly seen in a sex tape
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AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal had to call an emergency meeting late Wednesday night after a sex tape allegedly featuring one of his ministers surfaced, drawing a lot of criticism especially from Opposition BJP tha claimed that the Delhi CM sat on the video without taking any action for at least 10 days.

Certainly Kejriwal might never have expected that his sting idea proposed to the masses of Delhi to expose the corrupt would come back to sting his own party.

After the meeting concluded, Kejriwal announced through his Twitter handle that he had removed minister Sandeep Kumar from the Cabinet after a sting video surfaced showing a man resembling Kumar in a compromising position with two women and 11 photographs. After the sacking, social media was flooded with trolls on Kejriwal, the Aam Aadmi Party and the sex tape controversy.

News reports stated that about 8 pm on Wednesday, a CD was delivered at the office of the Delhi Chief Minister and half-an-hour later, he tweeted that he was sacking Sandeep Kumar, the youngest minister in his Cabinet who had the portfolios of Minister for Women and Child Development, Language and SC & ST. This is not the first instance of an AAP minister being dismissed. In the recent past, Food Minister Asim Ahmed Khan was sacked after being caught demanding bribe. In another incident, Law Minister Jitender Tomar was accused of faking his college degree, after which he resigned.

Most probably it looks like only AAP minister Sandeep Kumar took Arvind Kejriwal’s advise to conduct a sting operation of wrongdoers seriously, as he seems to have shot his own sex tape knowing what he was doing was immoral being a married man.

Further in a  new twist to the AAP sex tape scandal, Pornhub – the world’s largest pornography website on the internet – had described sacked Delhi government Sandeep Kumar as one of its employees.

Pornhub, which largely depends on user uploaded content, wrote on its Twitter handle: “We love all our employees including Sandeep Kumar.”