AAP leader Kumar Vishwas summoned by women's commission
New Delhi, May 4 : Aam Aadmi Party(AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas got embroiled in another controversy after Delhi Commission for Women(DCW) summoned him over a complaint of a woman member of the party.
DCW chairperson Barkha Shukla Singh said the girl has lodged a complaint with the Police Commissioner as well as AAP founder and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
The Commission has sent summons to Kumar Vishwas and asked him to appear before it on Tuesday.
In the past, Vishwas was accused of passing sexist remarks when he attacked BJP leader Kiran Bedi during the campaigning for 2015 Delhi Assembly elections.
Vishwas had said, "Two problems BJP has with Arvind Kejriwal. One is that he wears a muffler, has he snatched from you and worn? One of them says he coughs a lot. what is your problem? Do you have to sleep with him in his bedroom or what?".
In 2008, he had made racist remarks against Malayali nurses, he said that nurses from Kerala are black in complexion and that is the reason they do not have profile pictures on Facebook.