AAP, a party of molesters

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The lawmakers of AAP have been turning into lawbreakers in Delhi. AAP legislator Amanatullah Khan arrested by Delhi Police in the sexual assault case and MLA arrested second time by Police in sexual assault case.

The legislator tried to defend his arrest by tweeted a message that he had gone to meet a Police officer and the police arrested him. This time, a 32-year old woman who is a relative of Khan filed a case of sexual harassment against him.

It is unfortunate that the lawmakers of the party involved in molestation cases as the party promised to protect the women of the state but the lawmaker of AAP didn’t spare his own relative. Earlier, he was arrested on the same charges in another case and he was on bail.

The entire Delhi government was sleeping when the ‘Dengue’ and ‘chinkungunya’ broke out in the state and led to 17 deaths in the city and the legislator told the police to not arrest him as he is busy in the fogging drive in his constituency to fight against the dengue and chikungunya.

When the disease broke out in the state he was sleeping and suddenly, he started working with the fogging team in his constituency. Khan made an excuse to avoid his arrest. And he also dared the police to arrest him a few days back.

Moreover, he reached the police station with his supporters and goons and challenged the police to arrest him. At that time, the police did not arrest him as the investigation was going on. However, Khan was arrested on Wednesday when the allegation of his relative proved that he sexually harassed her.

With the arrest of Amanatullah Khan, the number of AAP legislators arrested in criminal cases reached at 19. The Chief Minister of Delhi and AAP head, Arvind Kejriwal accused the centre government of framing a false case against his MLA.

It is evident that the police registered a case on the basis of evidence and Khan’s image is not clean in politics as he was involved in various criminal cases. Even the anti-terrorist wing has been monitoring him since long.

The AAP party had promised the people of Delhi to make Delhi safer for women. However, the AAP lawmakers and leaders started committing crimes against women. Amanatullah’ case is not the first case as earlier Somnath Bharti, Sandeep Kumar, Prakash Jarwal, Dinesh Mohaniya and Kumar Vishwas has been facing the same cases. The party should change its name from ‘Aam Aadmi Party’ to ‘Anti Aurat Party’.

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AAP Legislator Amanatullah Khan arrested in alleged sexual harassment case

Adding one more “laurel” to Aam Aadmi Party “royal” kitty, Amanatullah Khan was arrested in alleged sexual harassment case, on Wednesday.

Aam Aadmi Party’s legislator who was allegedly accused of sexually harassing his sisiter-in-law, a case was filed against Amanatullah on September 10’ 2016 in south-east Delhi’s Jamia Nagar Police station.

A case under IPC sections 354(A)(sexual harassment), 506 (punishment for criminal intimidation), 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman), 120B (punishment of criminal conspiracy) and 498A (husband or relative of husband of a woman subjecting her to cruelty) was registered against Amanatullah and the woman’s husband.

“We arrested Khan today (Wednesday). We had called him for questioning after his brother-in-law’s wife filed a complaint,” a senior police officer said.

Although, on Sunday the accused AAP MLA went to the jamia nagar police station to get himself arrested but police refused to apprehend him. “We will not arrest him now. Whatever he is doing is of his own accord. We will go by our investigation,” a senior police officer said.

Not believing in the motto “Once bitten twice shy”, Amanatullah had earlier been arrested for allegedly threatening a woman and of attempting to run over the woman with his car.

A case has been registered against the legislator under Sections 506 (punishment for criminal intimidation) and 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at the Jamia Nagar Police Station in south Delhi. As a 35-years-old woman claimed that she had telephoned Amanatullah on July 10 and later went to his Batla House residence to raise the issue of power cuts with him. The minister did not meet her and while she was returning, a youth came out of the house, abused her and threatened that she would be killed if she did not stop politicizing the matter.

However, Amanatullah resorted all claims and was resealed on bail in this case.