AAP irked after 'objectionable' posters of Sandeep Kumar come up in Goa

| Monday, September 5, 2016 - 11:47
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AAP irked after 'objectionable' posters of Sandeep Kumar come up in Goa

Goa: The Aam Aadmi Party in Goa has threatened to file a complaint after the “objectionable” posters of sacked Delhi minister Sandeep Kumar came up across the state on Monday.

The posters were put up in Panaji, Margao, Ponda, Vasco and Mapusa markets, besides other prominent places in Goa.

The poster shows Sandeep Kumar and a woman with AAP’s symbol on it.

AAP Goa Convener Walmiki Naik said that putting up such posters "is the worst example of politics".

"AAP condemns such cheap tactics.  We won't mind people criticising our developmental work or policies but someone stooping down to such a level is unexpected," he said.

He said the resorting to putting up such posters "is the worst example of politics".

Kumar was sacked on Wednesday after an alleged "sex video" involving him became viral. On Thursday, he defended himself, saying he had resigned on his own and alleged that he had been targeted because he was a Dalit.

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AAP and the law!

AAP has a unique take on the law: it does not apply to AAP, but everything by everyone else is a crime! So: sheila Dixit should be in jail, just because AAP found that convenient. Sonia Gandhi should be jailed, just because AAP's dictator wanted it. Forget the fact that he has no proof and is now cursing Modi as not having jailed her! For what, my "good" man? Just to keep you in humour, should the law be violated? These are all just desserts!

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