Putting the audio recording of an alleged case of “snooping”, involving BJP president Amit Shah, on the record of the Delhi Assembly, Water Minister Kapil Mishra Friday played excerpts of the purported conversation in Gujarati, allegedly between Shah and a police officer.
Mishra, who played the clip on his phone, told the House that an entire police force was used to keep track of a woman.
He also circulated a copy of an affidavit filed by IAS officer Pradeep Sharma levelling various allegations. Mishra also read out from the affidavit filed in the Supreme Court.
“When we (AAP) learnt about Sandeep Kumar’s CD, Arvind Kejriwalji took a decision in 15 minutes. After this CD surfaced, did BJP leaders have the courage to take action?” asked Mishra.
Leader of Opposition Vijender Gupta raised the issue of the “objectionable” video allegedly involving the sacked minister. Gupta also raised questions over the sexual exploitation of women, as alleged by AAP MLA Devinder Sehrawat. “Is this a sex scandal party?” he asked. He also objected to a blog written by AAP leader Ashutosh. “He writes that virginity is not a virtue anymore. This is how he degrades young women? This is the mindset of the AAP,” said Gupta.
However, he walked out of the House after AAP MLA Sharad Chauhan allegedly threatened to “cut him into pieces”, and sent a written complaint to the Speaker against Chauhan.