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Before Sex Tapes of Sandeep Kumar of AAP: A list of 5 Indian Politicians whose Sexual Indulgence created Public Frenzy

Sandeep Kumar's recent sex scandal comes as a shock to Ministry, however there have been many Sandeep Kumar's in the past. Here's a list compiling some Indian politician's and their messy sex scandals

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  • Unlike the removal of members due to bribery charges, this time around an AAP member was sacked due to misconduct in his personal life
  • Sandeep Kumar was the minister of women and child welfare and pictures revealed him in objectionable positions at two separate instances with two separate women.
  • In the wake of this recent news, we have compiled for you a list of 5 sex scandals that shamed the Indian political arena

Delhi, September 12, 2016: Few days back Delhi citizens witnessed yet another round of allegations, another AAP member sacked and just another day where they felt the tremors of being within the shackles of a weak party. Unlike the removal of members due to bribery charges, this time around an AAP member was sacked due to misconduct in his personal life.

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The above allegation wouldn’t have blown to the size of a meteor if the said member, Sandeep Kumar, wasn’t the minister of women and child welfare. On Wednesday night, a media house started rolling in a nine-minute video showing a house that looked like his hunting ground and pictures that revealed the minister in objectionable positions at two separate instances with two separate women.

The Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, was quick to take action and Sandeep Kumar was relived of his duties of women welfare within minutes. Sure, the pati-parmeshwar here helped enough abhla nari’s.

In the wake of this recent news, we have compiled for you a list of 5 sex scandals that shamed the Indian political arena.

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I. 2003: Amarmani Tripathi, former Uttar Pradesh minister

Victim: Madhumita Shukla, poetess

In a case that marked one of the many dark spots in the ministry of Uttar Pradesh, Amarmani killed a well-known poetess when she refused to abort his child even after repeated threats. The murder case put him behind bars for life.

II. 2012: Gopal Kanda, former Haryana Minister

Victim: Geetika Shrma, airhostess working with Kanda’s MDLR Airlines

Gopal was accused of abetment of suicide after the victim left a note framing him for sexual harassment that compelled her to end her life.

III2012: Abhishek Manu Singhvi, former Congress spokesperson and chairman of the parliamentary standing committee on law and justice.

One of the most controversial parliamentary cases that don’t fall short of a Bollywood drama included a venerated lawyer, spokesperson and his driver Mukesh Kumar Lal. The scene begins with the driver filming Sanghvi in compromising positions in his Supreme Court chamber; his blackmail to make the CD public forced Sanghvi to end his tenure by putting forth a resignation.

IV2013: Raghavji Lakhamsi Savala, finance minister of Madhya Pradesh

Victim: Male domestic help

Madhya Pradesh, the heart of India, a land that housed a 79-year-old man who allegedly sodomised (anal intercourse) his male domestic help with the pretext of providing him a pleasant little government job. The story of this horrendous act surface with a CD and Raghavji had to give up his position.

V2013: Babulal Nagar, former Rajasthan minister

Another case in the same year with the same motives came into spotlight and dragged Babulal out of his kursi. Nagar had to resign when a woman from Jaipur accused him of sexually harassing her after he promised her a permanent government job.

This year we have Sandeep Kumar adorning this list while hoping that no additional names are added to the wall of shame, 2016.

– by Karishma Vanjani of NewsGram. Twitter: @BladesnBoots

 

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  • Enakshi

    such disgrace to the country

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Blow for Kejriwal: EC recommends disqualification of 20 AAP MLAs

A big blow to the Aam Aadmi Party after the Election Commission recommended disqualification of 20 of its MLAs

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Arvind Kejriwal's party seems to be in trouble after the EC recommended disqualification of 20 of its MLAs. Wikimedia commons
Arvind Kejriwal's party seems to be in trouble after the EC recommended disqualification of 20 of its MLAs. Wikimedia Commons
  • The EC recommended disqualification of 20 AAP MLAs under the ‘office of profit’ pretext
  • AAP looks forward to approaching the Delhi High court
  • The controversy started after Prashant Patel had submitted an application to the President

The Election Commission has recommended the disqualification 20 AAP MLAs. The EC found them guilty of holding an ‘office of profit’. The recommendation has been sent to the President. If cleared, the disqualification would mean that AAP’s strength in Delhi Assembly will reduce from 67 to 47.

The 20 AAP legislators were accused of being unconstitutionally appointed as parliamentary secretaries to assist various ministers of the Delhi government. The EC’s opinion on this matter means that the AAP legislators are set to be disqualified, which could soon force a mini Assembly election in the national capital.

The party now looks forward to approach the Delhi High Court, pleading that the recommendation be struck down. Wikimedia Commons
The party now looks forward to approaching the Delhi High Court, pleading that the recommendation is struck down. Wikimedia Commons

“This is unprecedented. The MLAs in question didn’t get a chance to present their case before the EC. In fact, we didn’t hear the news from the EC, but news channels,” AAP spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj said.

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Opposition parties have demanded the immediate resignation of Arvind Kejriwal as chief minister of Delhi on moral ground.

The ‘office of profit’ controversy had started after a lawyer, Prashant Patel, had filed an application in 2015 to the President’s office. It questioned the appointment of AAP MLAs as parliamentary secretaries.

The Congress had filed a petition in Election Commission in 2016 as a follow-up, based on this application. The opposition party sought disqualification of 21 AAP MLAs.

Kejriwal had appointed MLAs in March 2015 and his government passed an amendment to the Delhi Members of Legislative Assembly (Removal of Disqualification) Act, 1997, in June 2015. Wikimedia Commons

AAP had argued that this post did not qualify as an office of profit as there is no monetary benefit attached to it. But then President Pranab Mukherjee refused to give assent, following which the appointments were set aside by the Delhi High Court in September 2016, declaring them illegal since the order had been passed “without concurrence/approval of the Lt Governor”.

ALSO READ: Discontentment in the Aam Aadmi Party is resulting in Resignation and withdrawals from the party

In the first reaction to the EC recommendation, AAP spokesperson Nagendar Sharma tweeted:

Here’s the list of 20 MLAs who have been recommended to be disqualified: 

1. Naresh Yadav (Mehrauli)
2. Som Dutt (Sadar Bazar)
3. Praveen Kumar (Jangpura)
4. Nitin Tyagi (Laxmi Nagar)
5. Adarsh Shastri (Dwarka)
6. Sanjeev Jha (Burari)
7. Jarnail Singh (Tilak Nagar)
8. Sukhvir Singh (Mundka)
9. Madan Lal (Kasturba Nagar)
10. Sarita Singh (Rohtas Nagar)
11. Alka Lamba (Chandni Chowk)
12. Rajesh Rishi (Janakpuri)
13. Anil Kumar Bajpai (Gandhi Nagar)
14. Manoj Kumar (Kondli)
15. Kailash Gahlot (Najafgarh)
16. Avtar Singh (Kalkaji)
17. Vijendar Garg Vijay (Rajinder Nagar)
18. Rajesh Gupta (Wazirpur)
19. Sharad Kumar (Narela)
20. Shiv Charan Goel (Moti Nagar)