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AAP leader Kumar Vishwas on Thursday moved the Delhi High Court seeking stay on the summons issued to him by the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on a volunteer's complaint that her life was ruined because he was refusing to publicly deny "rumours" of their alleged affair. The plea also sought direction that the woman, an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) volunteer, be restrained from giving public statements on the issue. Source: IANS
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday described as "despicable" personal attacks mounted on his party colleague Kumar Vishwas, saying the AAP will no more respond on the issue. He told the media that the Aam Aadmi Party would prefer to be silent as families of party leaders were being targeted in the name of politics. "You may have a fight against us, against our political stand. Do not drag our families and children into this. I am extremely disappointed over all this," he said. "Some media houses are trying to malign us. We have decided to keep quiet now and will not respond any more. We will answer your questions if you ask about our governance or our work. Source: IANS
About 100 women activists of the BJP on Tuesday staged a protest outside Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's house to raise the issue of an AAP volunteer asking party leader Kumar Vishwas to clarify their relation. The protesters demanded Vishwas to appear before the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) which has issued a summons against him after the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) woman volunteer approached it over the issue. "We demand that Kumar Vishwas should appear before DCW and give his clarification on the issue. His silence over the matter is affecting life of the volunteer of his own party," one of the protesters said. Source: IANS
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday dismissed as "baseless" allegations that party leader Kumar Vishwas was having an affair with a party volunteer. The complainant has reportedly approached the Delhi Commission for Women against Kumar Vishwas. The AAP, which rules Delhi, contested the charges. "The issue has been played up as if Kumar Vishwas has illicit relations with the woman. The woman herself has named four people for maligning her image on social media," AAP leader Sanjay Singh told the media. "Spare our families... They get hurt by such baseless reports," he said. Source: IANS
The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) has summoned Aam Aadmi Party leader Kumar Vishwas on the basis of a complaint filed by a party volunteer alleging molestation, an official of the DCW said New Delhi on Monday. "Kumar Vishwas has been summoned to state his stand on the allegations made by his party volunteer. We have asked him to appear before us tomorrow," said an official of the DCW. "The volunteer had worked for a year in Amethi for the party and now it is a matter of her respect, and so Kumar Vishwas should turn up and give his clarification," the official said. Source: IANS
Who is Kumar VishwasDr. Kumar Vishwas is an active member of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). He is a renowned and celebrated Hindi poet, and has become an icon among the youth of India.
Role of Kumar Vishwas in Assembly Elections of Delhi 2015
Dr. Kumar Vishwas did not contest the 2015 Delhi assembly elections, but took an active part in AAP's aggressive campaign. Before and during the run up to the Delhi elections, Vishwas delivered a number of controversial remarks that raised a lot of eyebrows and drew criticism for him. Eventually, the AAP registered a resounding victory winning 67 of the 70 assembly seats.
Personal background of Kumar Vishwas
Dr. Kumar Vishwas hails from a Gaur Brahmin family in Pilkhuwa, Gaziabad in the state of Uttar Pradesh. He was born on 10 February 1970 to Dr. Chandra Pal Sharma and Smt. Rama Sharma as their youngest child. His father was a lecturer in the R.S.S. Degree College, Pilkhuwa, which is affiliated to the Chaudhary Charan Singh University of Meerut. His mother is a home maker. Vishwas has three brothers and a sister. His schooling started at Lala Ganga Sahay School, Pilkhuwa and thereafter he completed his intermediate from the Rajputana Regiment Inter College, Pilkhuwa. Dr Kumar Vishwas’s father wanted him to pursue engineering, but his passion for poetry led him to do a post-graduation degree in Hindi literature. He is also a Ph.D. in the subject.
After completing M.A. and Ph.D. in Hindi literature, Dr. Vishwas started his career in the year 1994 as a professor in Rajasthan. For the last sixteen years, he has been working in the Lala Lajpat Rai College, teaching Hindi literature to students of higher classes. As a Hindi poet, he has reached great heights and established himself as a poet of Shringara-Ras (Romantic Genre). His other professional activities include penning lyrics for different title songs of TV programmes, working as regular columnist writing articles for different magazines and many other publications, and also on different social issues. Common people, renowned leaders, journalists, business tycoons and famous personalities have all acknowledged and appreciated him as a poet and writer. Poems in his voice are used by major telecom operators as their caller tunes. He signed contracts with some of the prestigious banners of Bollywood and television production houses for writing lyrics, script, story and dialogues in their forthcoming ventures.
His live performances as a poet have seen transformation from traditional set-ups to more stylish ones, with music support, fancy lighting, projector screen displays and spot lights that enhance the mood and atmosphere of the performance.
His era as a performing poet has seen transformation from traditional set-ups to more stylish one, with music support, fancy lighting, projector screen displays and spot lights that enhance the mood and atmosphere of the performance.
How did Kumar Vishwas enter politics
The anti-corruption movement led by Anna Hazare saw Dr. Kumar Vishwas as one of the many proponents of the movement. He was also arrested on 16 August 2011 for supporting the movement.
Here's how the Aam Aadmi Party came into being. Sometime during the agitation, Arvind Kejriwal, one of the eminent supporters of the movement, had a difference of opinion with Anna Hazare, where Hazare wanted the Jan Lokpal movement to be politically neutral, while on the other hand Kejriwal was of the opinion that since no progress was attained through talks with different political parties, it was necessary to directly get involved in politics. India Against Corruption, the organisation guiding the movement, conducted a survey on this issue using social networking sites, the result of which indicated support for politicisation. Dr. Kumar Vishwas was one of many such renowned people who supported this move of Arvind Kejriwal.
A party was launched in Delhi on 26 November 2012 under the leadership of Arvind Kejriwal, and was named the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), where "Aam Aadmi" means "the common man". Dr. Vishwas became a member of the Aam Aadmi Party. The party contested elections for the first time on 4 December 2013 for the Delhi Legislative Assembly.
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Activities and achievements of Kumar Vishwas
- He has written the University Anthem or 'Kul-Geet’ of the Chaudhary Charan Singh University.
- He involves himself in several social works.
- He is an active member of the civil society.
- He played an integral part in the India Against Corruption movement (IAC) led by Anna Hazare, a veteran social leader.
- He regularly performs in "Kavi Sammelans" (Poet Meets) held all over India and across the world in countries like Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Muscat, Singapore, Nepal, Japan and USA.
- He also performs at different corporate celebrations across India and abroad.
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Awards Won by Kumar Vishwas
- In 1994, Dr. Kunwar Baichain Kavya Samman Avam Puruskaar Samiti bestowed on him the Kavya Kumar award.
- In 2004 he received the Dr. Suman Alankarna award by Sahitya Bharti in Unnao.
- In 2006 he was given the Sahitya Shree award by Hindi-Urdu Award Committee.
- In 2010 he was given the Dr. Urmilesh "Geet Shree" Samman by Dr. Urmilesh Jan Chetna Samiti in Badaun
Kumar Vishwas takes on Rahul Gandhi from Amethi
In the Indian General Elections of 2014, all eyes were on the Amethi seat as the Aam Aadmi Party’s Kumar Vishwas took on the future of the Congress party, Rahul Gandhi. Political analysts were pessimistic about Vishwas, given the iron grip that the Congress had on Amethi. However, the AAP, known for pulling major upsets before, were hoping for another one.
Vishwas highlighted the rampant corruption in the Congress party. He also asserted that Rahul Gandhi was unaware of India’s problems. But he did not succeed in trouncing Gandhi.
Status of Kumar Vishwas and his opponent candidates against from Amethi Parliamentary Constituency in Uttar PradeshThe table below shows the status of Kumar Vishwas and candidates contesting against him from Amethi lok sabha seat with their party names and symbols along with the votes secured by each candidate.
|Candidate Name||Political Party||Symbol||Status||votes|
|Smriti Irani||BJP||Runner up||300748|
|Radhe Mohan||Sanatan Sanskriti Raksha Dal||Lost||N.A|
|Jagat Singh Chaudhary||IND||Lost||N.A|
|Naresh Singh Bhadauriya||IND||Lost||N.A|
|C L Maurya||PMSP||Lost||N.A|
|Gopal Swaroop Gandhi||KMBS||Lost||N.A|
|Dharmendra Pratap Singh||BSP||Lost||N.A|
|Gangesh Kumar Gupta||IND||Lost||N.A|
|Mohd Hasan Lahri||QED||Lost||N.A|
Last Updated on 26 May, 2015.