“Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo, Arvind Kejriwal is a habitual liar, who is unreliable and displays double standards. Public at large has already realised his true colours and the party is already facing the serious repercussions. Now Kejriwal faces punitive action from court of law with his lies getting exposed.”
Kejriwal’s lies have already come to light in front of the voters who had entrusted with him the huge responsibility and elected to power. Failing miserably in delivering any of promises fulfilled, he has only indulged in blame-game and given lame excuse for Delhi government’s failed promises. In a major setback to Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi court drubbed him with summon for submitting a false affidavit which, he had prima facie “willfully concealed” and “suppressed” the details.
Delhi Court’s action
Metropolitan Magistrate of Delhi court has directed the AAP leader to appear before the court, saying that there was “sufficient ground” to proceed against him on the allegations that he had furnished incorrectly the market value of his property in his affidavit given before the Election Commission.
The magistrate further stated that there is sufficient material on record to summon him for offences punishable under section 125-A of the Representation of People Act, 1951, section 31 of the Representation of People Act, 1950 and section 177 of Indian Penal Code.
Kejriwal showed fake address to election commission
Allegations are also leveled against Kejriwal that he had falsely given the address of Delhi so as to qualify for contesting the polls in the Capital while he was living at Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh.
The magistrate also charged him for “prima facie amounts to willful concealment and suppression and also furnishing of false information”. The magistrate ordered to proceed with the actions under section 31of RP act against Arvind Kejriwal.