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शुक्रवार, 8 मई 2015

कुमार विश्वास में कुमार पहले आना चाहिए या विश्वास वह तो व्याकरणाचार्य जाने

कुमार विश्वास में कुमार पहले आना चाहिए या विश्वास  वह तो व्याकरणाचार्य जाने,बहरसूरत विश्वास कुमार अदबदाकर विश्वास को आगे धकियाकर कुमार को पहले ले आये हैं। उनकी ही पार्टी की एक कार्यकर्त्री मोहतरमा सिर्फ इतना कह रहीं हैं कि उन्हें लेकर जो उसकी बदनामी हो रही है वह इसका खंडन करें उसकी अस्मिता को बचाने के लिए आगे  आएं। विश्वास दिलाएं उसके पति को कि आपके और उसके बीच में कुछ ऐसा वैसा नहीं है जो सामाजिक रूप से अस्वीकृत हो। जबकि ये मोहतरमा तलाक की जद में आने वालीं  हैं। विश्वास कुमार को इसलिए अब कुछ लोग बकवास कुमार कहने लगे हैं जो एक शमिता की अस्मिता को बचाने के लिए अब तैयार नहीं है। कहता है उसका पति आकर बात करे। 

बकवास कुमार को इतनी सी बात समझ में नहीं आ रही है कि इस मोहतरमा के पारिवारिक बिखराव का कारण उसका पति नहीं है कुमार बकवास है। 

Kumar Vishwas controversy: New video 


shows AAP volunteer being coached 


by ex-Congress worker


Aam Aadmi Party leader Vishwas had earlier brushed off the controversy triggered by the complaint of a 28-year-old woman from Uttar Pradesh's Amethi who accused the AAP leader of ignoring her request to clarify on the allegations of "illicit affair" between the two.
The video shows the man, identified as Jagat Awana, coaching the complainant on what to say to the newspersons gathered at the conference.
Speaking to Headlines Today, the AAP volunteer, however, claimed that no one is coaching her. "This ex-Congress worker is helping me but no one is coaching me. I came to Kumar Vishwas, he didn't help me. He threatened me instead. What is wrong if he (Ex-Congress worker) is helping me?" she asked.

The complainant from Amethi had earlier said that she only wants Vishwas to clarify that nothing happened between them. "I have only asked him to come forward and make everything clear publicly that nothing happened between us. Why can't he do that?" she said.
"I have complained against people who had posted my picture on social networks. I don't know if they are from the BJP or the AAP," she said.
"If you are truthful, why can't you come forward and give a clarification? What has media got to do with this?" she asked, adding, "I am neither a BJP nor a Congress agent."
Kumar Vishwas summoned by DCW
The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on Monday summoned Kumar Vishwas and his wife on the basis of a complaint filed by a party volunteer from Amethi alleging molestation during the last Lok Sabha elections, which he had contested against Rahul Gandhi.

"Kumar Vishwas has been summoned to state his stand on the allegations made by his party volunteer. We have asked him to appear before us tomorrow," said an official of the DCW. "The volunteer had worked for a year in Amethi for the party and now it is a matter of her respect, and so Kumar Vishwas should turn up and give his clarification," the official said.
In her complaint, the party volunteer claimed that false rumours of Vishwas having illicit relationship with her were ruining her reputation and that he should come forward to clarify. The woman claimed she had also written separate letters to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Police Commissioner BS Bassi apprising them of the same.
The woman has alleged that Vishwas took no action towards dispelling the rumours while Kejriwal did not take note of her complaint. "It is the same volunteer who has been coming to us for quite some time now. He (Vishwas) should come since the complainant is his own party's volunteer. Her marriage is falling apart because of him she has alleged," DCW Chairperson Barkha Singh said.


The Kumar Vishwas controversy took a dramatic turn on Monday evening after a new video of an ex-Congress worker coaching the girl on what to say at a press conference surfaced.



The Kumar Vishwas controversy took a dramatic turn on Monday evening after a new video of an ex-Congress worker coaching the girl on what to say at a press conference surfaced.
Aam Aadmi Party leader Vishwas had earlier brushed off the controversy triggered by the complaint of a 28-year-old woman from Uttar Pradesh's Amethi who accused the AAP leader of ignoring her request to clarify on the allegations of "illicit affair" between the two.
The video shows the man, identified as Jagat Awana, coaching the complainant on what to say to the newspersons gathered at the conference.
Speaking to Headlines Today, the AAP volunteer, however, claimed that no one is coaching her. "This ex-Congress worker is helping me but no one is coaching me. I came to Kumar Vishwas, he didn't help me. He threatened me instead. What is wrong if he (Ex-Congress worker) is helping me?" she asked.
The complainant from Amethi had earlier said that she only wants Vishwas to clarify that nothing happened between them. "I have only asked him to come forward and make everything clear publicly that nothing happened between us. Why can't he do that?" she said.


"I have complained against people who had posted my picture on social networks. I don't know if they are from the BJP or the AAP," she said.
"If you are truthful, why can't you come forward and give a clarification? What has media got to do with this?" she asked, adding, "I am neither a BJP nor a Congress agent."
Kumar Vishwas summoned by DCW
The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on Monday summoned Kumar Vishwas and his wife on the basis of a complaint filed by a party volunteer from Amethi alleging molestation during the last Lok Sabha elections, which he had contested against Rahul Gandhi.
"Kumar Vishwas has been summoned to state his stand on the allegations made by his party volunteer. We have asked him to appear before us tomorrow," said an official of the DCW. "The volunteer had worked for a year in Amethi for the party and now it is a matter of her respect, and so Kumar Vishwas should turn up and give his clarification," the official said.

In her complaint, the party volunteer claimed that false rumours of Vishwas having illicit relationship with her were ruining her reputation and that he should come forward to clarify. The woman claimed she had also written separate letters to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Police Commissioner BS Bassi apprising them of the same.
The woman has alleged that Vishwas took no action towards dispelling the rumours while Kejriwal did not take note of her complaint. "It is the same volunteer who has been coming to us for quite some time now. He (Vishwas) should come since the complainant is his own party's volunteer. Her marriage is falling apart because of him she has alleged," DCW Chairperson Barkha Singh said.




Delhi Women's Commission 


summons Kumar Vishwas over complaint by 


female AAP worker


AAP leader Kumar Vishwas has been summoned by the Delhi Women's Commission (DWC), on charges that he had an illicit relationship with a female member of AAP, who had been working under him.


"Have sent a summon to Kumar Vishwas, he will come tomorrow and should definitely come in front as she has been his worker. It’s about dignity of a woman,Kumar Vishwas should come in front to protect that", Chairperson of the DWC, Barkha Shukla Singh, told reporters.

Singh also said that she had written to Delhi CM and AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal in this regard.

A report by Zee News, quoting other unnamed 'reports', said that "the girl has accused Vishwas of not dismissing the rumours which link her with the poet-cum-politician. She further alleged that despite notifying the Delhi CM in this regard, Kejriwal did not pay attention to her complaint. Due to such rumours, the lady's husband has left her."

Meanwhile AAP's rivals have been quick to jump on the news, with BJP leader Ashwini Upadhyay even calling for police action because this "incident has ruined the girl's family life"
JP Aggarwal, of the Congress said that it was important for the AAP leader to clarify because it was a 'serious matter'.
Former AAP leader and current BJP member Shazia Ilmi said, "Whether it’s Kumar Vishwas or any other person,if a girl’s dignity has been violated to such an extent it must be probed". Sambit Patra of the BJP added that the incident "shows that AAP is absolutely insensitive towards women’s cause and concern"
Upon news of the summons, Kumar Vishwas has already begun trending on social media.



Media vs AAP war erupts on 


Twitter as controversy around Kumar 


Vishwas's 'illicit relation' heats up


After Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday alleged that there is a "conspiracy to finish off AAP" among a "very large" section of the media and as the fresh controversy surrounding AAP leader Kumar Vishwas on Monday gathered heat, a Twitter war began between AAP supporters and the party's critics.

Most of the people supporting AAP and Kumar Vishwas said that the opposition parties and the media were targeting the party.
AAP leaders Sanjay Singh and Kumar Vishwas had also earlier on Tuesday asked the media not to attack family members of the party leaders.
"Some people are trying to plant news stories to defame the AAP," Vishwas said.
He was responding to an allegation made by a woman against him that he had ignored several appeals made by her to publicly deny reports spread about an 'illicit relationship' between her and Vishwas.
"Despite there being no proof of any illicit relationship, reports against Kumar Vishwas are being spread," Sanjay Singh said. "If there is a conspiracy to defame AAP, please don't take part in it...If we are wrong, take our 'agni pariksha'. But at least leave our family alone," Singh told the media.
"Baseless media reports are being blown out of proportion," Singh said, adding that the media had been making "baseless" allegations against AAP leaders like him, Kumar Vishwas and Ashish Khetan for a long time.
Here are some of the tweets supporting AAP and Kumar Vishwas and slamming the media for the controversy around Vishwas:




A Twitter over AAP and the media began after the controversy over Kumar Vishwas intensified. AFP
A Twitter over AAP and the media began after the controversy over Kumar Vishwas intensified. AFP


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