In context of the Sex CD case, former Aam Aadmi Party lawmaker Sandeep Kumar was sent to three days police custody by Tis Hazari Court on Monday in Delhi. The case was lodged by a woman regarding the issue.
The personal secretary of Sandeep Kumar was also arrested by the Delhi Police as he circulated the CD of Sandeep Kumar.
The case was filed under section 376 (rape), 328 (causing hurt by means of poison with intent to commit an offence) of IPC, under section 67A of IT Act (punishment for publishing or transmitting of material containing sexually explicit act) and Section 7 of the Prevention of Corruption Act (public servant taking gratification other than legal remuneration for an official act).
The incident came to limelight when Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal suspended Sandeep Kumar from the AAP party and the contents of CD became public. Kejriwal said, “It was a priority for him that his ministers enjoyed a healthy public reputation. However, Sandeep Kumar alleged that he was being targeted because he came from Dalit community.”
In her objection, the lady charged that around 11 months prior she was assaulted by Kumar when she had gone to his office in Outer Delhi's Sultanpuri looking to acquire a proportion card.
She has asserted that Kumar had offered her a spiked beverage and when she fell oblivious, she was taken to his home nearby the workplace and assaulted.
The lady asserted that Kumar had advised her that he will get an apportion card for her and guarantee occupations for her youngsters.