‘After the statements made by Amanatullah Khan that the PAC had objected to, he had stepped down from the body,” said Manish Sisodia.
Let’s take a look at what has happened to each of the spearheads in the party since its resounding and unanticipated performance in the 2013 Delhi Assembly elections.
While their meeting was only minutes-long, Kejriwal soon emerged with Vishwas in tow.
Political Affairs Committee (PAC) member Amanatullah Khan had criticised Kumar Vishwas, calling him agent of BJP
Interestingly, Arvind Kejriwal retweeted Kumar Vishwas’s video praising it.
Kumar, in his plea, has sought quashing of the March 16 order of the trial court, which had directed the police to register the FIR. He alleged that the “the story” of complainant has “developed artificially”.
Police lodged the FIR at Sarojini Nagar police station in pursuance to the directions of Metropolitan Magistrate Pankaj Sharma.
The police had earlier said in court that the inquiry did not throw up any substantial evidence against the poet-turned-politician.
Vishwas’s comments on caste-based reservations brought much embarrassment to Kejriwal during a rally in support of Rohith Vemula
Metropolitan Magistrate Pankaj Sharma reserved the order on the plea, in which the complainant had claimed that she had approached the police but no action was taken against the leader.
A nervous Vishwas later called up senior party leaders to gauge Kejriwal’s mood — the latter was said to have taken exception to Vishwas inviting the party’s arch rivals while not keeping him in the loop.
After the meeting, Anna Hazare had made two suggestions for the bill which Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal had said would be incorporated in the Janlokapl bill.
The Aam Aadmi Party hit out at Delhi Commission for Women chief Barkha Shukla after the commission told the Delhi High Court that proceedings against party leader Kumar Vishwas have been closed. A woman volunteer of the party had accused Vishwas of “ruining her marriage” by not rebutting rumours of a relationship between them. The […]
The court, which was hearing a plea by Vishwas seeking stay on the summons issued to him by DCW, however, directed the Chairperson’s counsel to file a “detailed report within two weeks.
AAP leader Kumar Vishwas alleged that the position of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) was getting “compromised” under the current officer.