New Delhi, May 4: The Commission for Women in New Delhi has summoned, Kumar Vishwas over a complaint of him having an illicit relationship with a party volunteer of the Aam Admi Party.
Allegations that Vishwas was allegedly having an illicit affair with a volunteer of the party were made during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. The commission has summoned Vishwas to seek his explanation on the issue.
The complaint against Kumar Vishwas
A complaint had been made by one person accusing Vishwas of having an illicit affair with a party volunteer at Amethi. There were a series of mails that were sent to the party leadership accusing Vishwas of having an illicit affair when he was contesting the elections at Amethi.
The complainant Ajay Vohra had made the allegations while also stating that Kumar Vishwas' wife too was aware of the same.
Vishwas had however rejected the allegations and stated that this was an attempt to malign him. He had also accused Vohra of being planted by a rival political party and dared him to reveal his true identity.
Vohra had however claimed that he had clinching evidence to support his claim. Vishwas had however dismissed these allegations as baseless and said that anyone can create a fake identity and level such allegations.